Facebook is working on implementing artificial intelligence on the popular social networking site in a bid to protect its users from posting drunk messages and pictures that they might regret in the future.
Yann LeCun, the man behind Facebook's Artificial Intelligence Research lab, said he envisions a day when artificial intelligence will give intoxicated users an option to turn back the posts before it is too late, reported the Washington Times.
He also said that the future artificial intelligence would be like an assistant that can say "Uh, this is being posted publicly. Are you sure you want your boss and your mother to see this?"
The technology would work by recognizing the difference between how users look like when they are sober and drunk.