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You might already have what’s often called a “smart home,” with your lights or music affiliated to voice-controlled technology such as Alexa or Siri. But when advisers talk about smart homes, we usually mean technologies that use bogus intelligence to learn your habits and automatically adjust your home in acknowledgment to them. Perhaps the most accessible archetype of this are thermostats that learn when you are likely to be home and what temperature you prefer, and adjust themselves accordingly after you defective to change the settings.