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BOTE, contracts A recompense, satisfaction, amends, profit or advantage : hence came the word man-bote, denoting a compensation for a man slain; house-bote, cart-bote, plough-bote, signify that a tenant is privileged to cut wood for these uses. 2 Bl. Com. 35; Woodf. L. & T. 232.

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Bots, on the other hand, work in pure, pristine straight lines.
Our promise has always been to design an end-to-end platform, running in the cloud or on-prem, creating secure, smart, conversational and quick-to-market bots for enterprises.
Allowing these manipulative buyer bots to continue to rig the retail market and squeeze consumers isnt just a problem during the holidays.
The bots have come into the limelight after researchers discovered "scalpers" commanding armies of bots to snap up popular toys even before they are meant to be available for purchase.
Last year, according to Distil, bad bots accounted for 15.
The ratio of bots per internet connected user in the GCC was
Bots are Internet-connected devices of any kind, such as laptops, phones, IoT devices, baby monitors, etc.
4 per cent of the Middle East's total bot population.
Moreover, and very interestingly, bots are not taking over jobs, unless you count the ones carried out by customers performing self-service.
OpenAI's Dota 2 bot is also the latest example of artificial intelligence bots beating humans in gaming.
Bots are an offshoot of the artificial intelligence (AI) movement (see the sidebar on page 30) that technologists have been talking about for decades.
Users can design bots that range from simple conversational interactions to more complex functions and built-in integrations, such as action buttons, translation, payment processing and more - all without coding or technical skills required.