The social network Facebook buys the English startup Bloomsbury AI, which works on natural language processing for artificial intelligence systems. This technology is useful on Facebook, as well as on Instagram and other company resources to identify suspicious content. Now posts with explicit and provocative materials are tracked manually, checking user-tagged posts. However, Facebook plans to give this feature to artificial intelligence. To do this, you need to teach him to understand all the subtleties of language structures. Most likely, the newly acquired company will also help with the refinement of voice control for the still unannounced smart speaker Facebook.