Google is using a new algorithm to identify which wedding invitations are funnier.
The company’s first big experiment with a joke-detection system, called Comelon, is part of a broader push to improve its ability to identify and prevent spam and other unwanted content from spreading on the Internet.
“Comelon is a new system that looks at how many times a joke has been said and can detect whether a joke is related to a topic,” the company said in a blog post on Tuesday.
“If you find that a joke or meme is related, you will receive a notification about it.”
The company is currently working on adding new jokes and memes, but says that the system will be rolled out in stages over the next few months.
For now, Google’s new system can tell you whether or not a joke involves a certain topic, such as a celebrity, sports team, or political party.
“We’ve been working on this for a few months now,” the blog post reads.
“In a way, it’s a form of spam prevention.
The idea is to prevent people from spreading malicious content.”
Google’s first foray into parody was a collaboration with BuzzFeed, which launched in 2014.
Google has since expanded its efforts to include parody videos and content, including a new comedy web series called The Big Bang Theory.
But the company’s efforts are still focused on preventing spam.
In May, the company launched a new program called Wacky Weddings, which is meant to prevent users from uploading a wedding invitation with spam.
The program allows people to upload a photo of their wedding invitation that is either a photoshopped version or a more realistic version of a wedding photo.
Google says that users will be notified when their wedding invitations have been “unspampered.”
The system, which will run in Google+ Hangouts, will also help Google weed out spam.
Google isn’t the only company working on a prank-detector system.
Facebook recently added an option to block the spamming of users’ wedding invitations.
And Microsoft recently started using the Bing search algorithm to help filter spam.
But Google’s latest efforts are aimed at preventing people from spamming the Internet with inappropriate wedding invitations as a way of keeping people from accessing important information.
The Google announcement on Tuesday comes as Microsoft is adding an option that will allow users to filter spam for their wedding plans.