The revert job being done by @CommunityTechBot at T198552: Vandalism on Phabricator: Undo changes made (2018-07-01) is triggering notifications (the bell icon). While personally it doesn't bug me much, given that I don't have a lot of tasks watched, I feel Phabricator bots should be exempted from triggering notifications.
It is intentional that bots trigger notifications and can not be silenced. This serves to prevent a rogue administrator from creating a bot, grabbing a bot API key, and then making a bunch of secret edits which don't notify anyone. Phabricator does not allow any user to act silently without CLI access.
In the future, we may provide a way to mark certain API keys as "silent" from the CLI, likely after refining the API key permissions model. You could then generate an API key with a subset of permissions (e.g., access to only specific API methods) and mark it as empowered to act silently from the CLI, which would also lock the permissions and prevent anyone from retrieving or regenerating the key from the web UI. However, this is probably some ways away since interest in a more granular API permissions model is currently fairly limited.
In the future, we may provide a way to mark certain API keys as "silent" from the CLI
For the records, this options exists nowadays, but it's up to the actor performing edits and it is restricted to admins with CLI access via SSH (mass-edits, etc).
Hence I'm declining this task as per the previous comment, to reflect reality.
Regarding email notifications, see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Help/Managing_mail for available options.