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smart home (plural smart homes)
- A home equipped with an automation system controlling such things as lighting, climate, entertainment systems, and appliances.
- 1989 January 23, Philip Elmer-Dewitt, “Boosting Your Home’s IQ”, in Time:
- McCovey’s smart home is more than a celebrity's novelty item. It is part of a fast-growing industry: home automation.
- 2015 June 9, Nicole Kobie, “How to turn your old house into a smart home”, in The Guardian:
- Smart home technologies mean your heating comes on at the right time, you can manage your lights from a smartphone, and your dishwasher sends you text messages.
- 2023 February 17, Anna Kodé, quoting Suzanne Woods, “Unwanted Connection: Who Has Control of Your Smart Home?”, in The New York Times, →ISSN:
- “Full control over one’s smart home is, at least in the present tense, an impossibility,” she said. “Part of that is because the whole purpose of a smart device is to give up control to someone or something — whether that is a device, a platform, its code. Users delegate work, thinking or management to smart devices.”
home equipped with an automation system