Google was awarded a patent for the system last week. Google hasn't yet released any details of the system, but there are many similar spoiler blocker tools already on the market.
Spoiler Shield is a smartphone app and Google Chrome extension that offers 'shields,' which you can turn on and off on a show-by-show basis. For example, there is a shield for shows like Mad Men and Modern Family.
Friends of Thrones is specifically geared towards fans of Game of Thrones. Ramin Bahari, one of the creators, explains that it replaces any reference to Game of Thrones with a reference to 90s sitcom Friends.
Friends is 'unspoilable'
"When you read about for example Tyrion and Ned Stark having a fight, it just changes it to Ross and Rachel had a fight, pretty simple."
Bahari says they chose Friends, because they believe everybody has seen every episode of the hugely popular sitcom, essentially making it "unspoilable."
CBC technology columnist Dan Misener tried both apps and says they works some of the time — but not all the time.
"Though I have to say, when it did work, it was really fun to see 'Westeros' replaced with 'Chandler and Joey's apartment' as a location," said Misener.
Beyond blocking spoilers, Misener says the underlying technology has huge implications for things like translation systems, speech recognition and voice control systems.
"But when it does comes to avoiding spoilers, I'm going to stick to my tried and true method of sticking my fingers in my ears and saying, 'La la la la la...'"
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