Yeah, fair enough. I see your point; it isn’t fully robotic, it has substantial human engagement.
The “smart” references “smart contracts” though which is a powerful feature differentiating it from inanimate digital maps 1.0 (google, apple).
Let’s keep thinking of more ways to quickly and concisely explain FOAM in relatable terms as people flick past it online or hear about it in conversation. Looking forward to a lot of engagement here.
The term “smart phone” is also a relatable term now, it isn’t scary anymore. Smart phones still is require human engagement but most people are of the opinion smart phones are good things that help improve their lives.
Categorization for communication is more art than science.
More emotion than logic.
It can feel blasphemous to a scientist. It’s neither pretty nor exact but it helps human brains understand. We need more of it in Web 3.0.
Marketing is a big adoption play.