from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of bot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. The larvæ of several species of botfly, especially those larvæ which infest the stomach, throat, or intestines of the horse, and are supposed to be the cause of various ailments.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See bot.
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However, robots cannot do it all and to postulate successive layers of repair bots is not viable.
What I am trying to impress upon the 'bots is that more people will have voted for Hillary than Obama – TRANSLATION – continue to alienate the Hillary supporters, and they (the majority of Dem voters) will aliente Obama in November.
The idea of more bots is exciting, too! bigmck on Jun 7, 2008
I called the bots, or what was left after scorching friction peeled half of them into atmosphere and irredeemably charred most of the other half.
When there are not enough players, the servers run anyway, and in the place of players, they hold 'bots' - AI programs that behave like real players.
Previously, Pokerstars refunded $80,000 (£52,000) to players who unwittingly went up against poker "bots" - automatic card-playing software programmes.
The production of x-bots is surely a growth industry; -) 5: 20 PM electro-kevin said ...
I don’t know, but it seems to me that simply trying to weed the bots from the people isn’t good enough anymore, since now it’s reasonable to believe that it’s sometimes people doing the dirty work.
I don’t know if they’ll be able to top the musical scene with the garbage bots from the first movie, but here’s to hoping!
Mr Carpenter’s vision for the future of bots is ambitious and does not involve using them in computer support systems which many imagine.