acronym - [smahrt]:
Self-Monitoring Analysis And Reporting Technology, originally used to monitor hard drives.
Imagine sensors and software that tells the coffee machine to automatically prepare your third personalised soy milk cappuccino at 10 AM, because the system senses you need it. That may sound like Smart tech, but it is surely not wise.
If, on the other hand, technology helps to create an environment where people no longer need to overdose on caffeine and sugar to make it through the day, that’s far more YUGENING.
Below you'll find a few links that explain the basics of SMART technology:
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