Drunk Facial Recognition Technology
Everyone has pictures their friends took when they were a little too far gone to realize that drunken photos are never a good idea, and even though common courtesy dictates that those are kept under wraps, those drunk pics always seem to find their way up on the Facebook. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to keep those embarrassing snapshots at bay? Facebook could use the same facial recognition technology it recently installed to look for telltale signs of inebriation, such as varying levels of eye openness and exposed tongues. Then, when your friend goes to put up a drunken photo of you, a message will pop up saying “Are you sure you want to tag this photo, because your friend seems pretty plastered in it.” Problem solved.
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Drunk Facial Recognition Technology

Everyone has pictures their friends took when they were a little too far gone to realize that drunken photos are never a good idea, and even though common courtesy dictates that those are kept under wraps, those drunk pics always seem to find their way up on the Facebook. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to keep those embarrassing snapshots at bay? Facebook could use the same facial recognition technology it recently installed to look for telltale signs of inebriation, such as varying levels of eye openness and exposed tongues. Then, when your friend goes to put up a drunken photo of you, a message will pop up saying “Are you sure you want to tag this photo, because your friend seems pretty plastered in it.” Problem solved.

3 MORE New Features Facebook Desperately Needs