Sep 8, 2017 - 5 min
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Imagine a mirror was set up to run its eye over its owner and help out with fashion tips and brands, especially ones mentioned in casual conversation. In the garb of ambient marketing, smart homes of the future threaten to bring with them a level of surveillance that is distinctly creepy. Jonathan Margolis, writing in the Financial Times in April 2018, tells us that despite being a technophile, even he finds it all a bit too dystopian.