Agent may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 In law. 1.1 In intelligence and law
enforcement; 1.2 Other uses in law. 2 In economics; 3 In science and technology.
a person who does business for another person : a person who acts on behalf of
another. : a person who tries to get secret information about another country, ...
Safely Interruptible Agents. Laurent Orseau. Google DeepMind. 5 New Street
Square,. London EC4A 3TW, UK email@example.com. Stuart Armstrong.
The agent-client relationship can be legally enforced if the terms of the contract
have been disclosed, and agents have an obligation to perform their designated
Agent is a must have app for any Android user and gives you these essential
missing features for your smartphone: AUTOMATIC battery saving, drive, meeting
Especially in the phrase “intelligent agent” it implies some kind of autonomous
process which can communicate with other agents to perform some collective
Log in to Quest for Agents: • Check Rates, Availability and Book. • Retrieve a
booking, print an itinerary. • Apply Payments. • Travel Agent Resource Center.
A collection of web pages on intelligent software agents, knowbots, KQML, SATP,
active information integration and agent-oriented systems.
The Federal Select Agent Program is jointly comprised of the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention/Division of Select Agents and Toxins and the Animal ...
This page contains links to the current select agent regulations and official
interpretation of a specific provision regarding the select agent regulations.