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smart

(of systems) operating as if by human intelligence by using automatic computer control

Smart

Christopher. 1722--71, British poet, author of A Song to David (1763) and Jubilate Agno (written 1758--63, published 1939). He was confined (1756--63) for religious mania and died in a debtors' prison

SMART

(1)
For MS-DOS?

smart

(programming)
Said of a program that does the Right Thing in a wide variety of complicated circumstances. There is a difference between calling a program smart and calling it intelligent; in particular, there do not exist any intelligent programs (yet - see AI-complete).

Compare robust (smart programs can be brittle).

smart

(hardware)
Incorporating some kind of digital electronics.

smart

(1) (SMART) (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) See SMART HDD.

(2) A popular tech term that implies computer driven. Technically, every computer-based device is smart (see intelligence). Following are some of the smart definitions in this encyclopedia.
 smartphone smartwatch smart speaker smart TV smart home smart appliance smart bulb smart display smart browsing smart tags smart cable smart car smart card smart city Smart Compose smart contract smart dust smartbook smart clothes smart garden smart grid smart gun smart luggage smart parking Smart Reply smart sensor smart radio


Even the Fridge Is Smart
In case you forget what's in the fridge, this Samsung unit takes a photo every time the door closes, and its contents can be viewed while in the supermarket. (Image courtesy of Samsung Electronics Company, Ltd., www.samsung.com)
References in classic literature ?
'Gentlemen, I have heard my uncle say, that Tom Smart said the widow's lamentations when she heard the disclosure would have pierced a heart of stone.
'"Frightful, my dear ma'am; but compose yourself," said Tom Smart.
'Why,' replied the one-eyed bagman, 'it was observed to creak very much on the day of the wedding; but Tom Smart couldn't say for certain whether it was with pleasure or bodily infirmity.
'"Oh, yes you will, my dear soul," said Tom Smart, letting fall a shower of the largest-sized tears, in pity for the widow's misfortunes.
The chair was an ugly old gentleman; and what was more, he was winking at Tom Smart.
'"Because I like it, Tom Smart," said the chair; or the old gentleman, whichever you like to call him.
'Tom Smart, gentlemen, had always been very much attached to the public line.
'Up a wide and ancient staircase the smart girl preceded Tom, shading the chamber candle with her hand, to protect it from the currents of air which in such a rambling old place might have found plenty of room to disport themselves in, without blowing the candle out, but which did blow it out nevertheless--thus affording Tom's enemies an opportunity of asserting that it was he, and not the wind, who extinguished the candle, and that while he pretended to be blowing it alight again, he was in fact kissing the girl.
'Tom Smart was by no means of an irritable or envious disposition, but somehow or other the tall man with the brown coat and the bright basket buttons did rouse what little gall he had in his composition, and did make him feel extremely indignant, the more especially as he could now and then observe, from his seat before the glass, certain little affectionate familiarities passing between the tall man and the widow, which sufficiently denoted that the tall man was as high in favour as he was in size.
The JBL Go Smart portable smart speaker was jointly developed by HARMAN, JD.com, and Linglong Technology (a joint venture between JD.com and iFLYTEK).
"One of the reasons so many Internet start-ups failed was that their founders had so little entrepreneurial or managerial experience to match their technological deep smarts." These people had A's in technology but little hands-on experience.
Buyers of the 3.75m Smart will have a choice of three petrol and two diesel variants.