Are each of them your microwave (assuming you only have one?). I’ve seen two things so far it’s found multiples of - my water heater and a coffee pot. Both started out as “x maybe,” the second was “x also.” Just looked this morning and water heater maybe had disappeared, taken over by water heater also. Waiting on coffee pots.
Like word learning and speech detection (Sense’s roots) - I wonder if this isn’t like either homonyms (horse and hoarse), or maybe more appropriately synonyms (car and auto), where sense is seeing a couple/few similar patterns and will hopefully consolidate them into one concept.
I also wonder if some of the things we naturally have in our homes may hinder the process - There’ve been discussions on uninterrupted power supplies (ups’s) and other forms of battery backup, but how about timers - like my water heater is on? How much of the power curve is Sense considering in its models? Would something shutting off prematurely affect the ability of Sense to learn it? What about solar - when things are running on solar exclusively (or partially), can Sense model those appropriately?
These are questions it would’ve been nice to have answered in the Q&A. Not that I’m impatient, just curious. This is all one big learning experiment for all involved, I think it’s fun