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bootstrap

verb as in boot

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Awotona put his entire life savings into Calendly and managed to bootstrap it for years before taking a $350 million funding round led by OpenView and Iconiq.

“We could start an algorithm that initially does not have much intelligence inside it, and watch it bootstrap itself all the way up potentially to AGI,” Clune says.

The offset thing that we think will stand up is if you gather money from companies and consumers to bootstrap the market for clean steel and clean cement.

It was also at this point I realized that, despite being in the midst of a pandemic, we had managed to bootstrap our way through and we had a product and customers.

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No, I’m there as someone who spent the first eight years of my life in the Bronx, who understands what it means to have to bootstrap yourself.

The actual gunmen had cited Osama bin Laden as their motive, but TTP was eager to bootstrap.

Unlike silly examples involving broccoli and cell phones, that so-called “bootstrap” argument is sound.

The skeleton compiler acts as a bootstrap for introducing more sophisticated facilities.

The ground is covered with stately temples of various designs, all of which I am told are consecrated to Bootstrap-lifting.

As I stand watching, a card is handed to me, informing me that a lady will do my Bootstrap-lifting at five dollars per lift.

I consult these—for my legs have given out in the effort to visit and inspect all phases of the Bootstrap-lifting practice.

In the few minutes before Bootstrap loomed near, they filled the bottom of the cabin with blankets.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bootstrap, such as: reboot, reset, load, restart, start, and cold boot.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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