Everyday life has changed significantly since artificial intelligence has become a reality. This revolution has influenced our habits both at work and at home. 

The automation of banking decisions, a robot that cleans the floor, a coffee machine that prepares coffee autonomously, a machine that prepares meals using the ingredients at hand—many are the innovations now available in the market, and even the most skeptical person may be tempted to transform his/her house into an automated world.

Thus, whenever dealing with home assistants from a legal perspective, one of the main issues remains ensuring data protection compliance throughout the whole production and distribution chain, adequately addressing the role of each stakeholder involved.