So there is no way for Sense to be placed in “learn mode”(or whatever it would be called). People just need to give up on this idea. It’s not how Sense’s machine learning works.
But from my understanding, Sense has to reach a certain confidence level with a detection before it’ll present/label it to the user.
However, an option that may be helpful would be to allow Sense to provide the users some information concerning “low confidence” devices. An example would be it’ll show that there may 3 unknown motors; Motor A is 15%; Motor B is 20% and Motor C is 45%. It may display put some information that Motor A may merged with Motor C. This range may change daily.
Showing this changing range and how Sense does some basic background work without giving away any proprietary tech would at least allow the control freaks using these devices to feel as if the system is making progress…or not.