Airbnb announced on Wednesday that it will be adding "anti-party technology" to its website that can detect at-risk reservations in the U.S. and Canada.

The move comes following Airbnb temporarily banning parties in August 2020 to permanently banning them in June of this year. Airbnb says that the new technology will be able to detect a party reservation before it can be booked, and that it has been tested out since October.

"We're announcing the introduction of new anti-party tools in the U.S. and Canada to help identify potentially high-risk reservations and prevent those users from taking advantage of our platform," Airbnb said in a press release.

"It's integral to our commitment to our Host community — who respect their neighbors and want no part of the property damage and other issues that may come with unauthorized or disruptive parties."

Airbnb noted that this goes for parties that are "thrown without the knowledge or consent of Hosts." The original ban was implemented also for "the very rare cases of Hosts who do not operate responsibility" along with COVID-19 restrictions.

Airbnb said that it believes the ban helped it drop the rate of reports of parties by 44% year-over-year.

The new technology will look at factors including "history of positive reviews (or lack of positive reviews), length of time the guest has been on Airbnb, length of the trip, distance to the listing, weekend vs. weekday, among many others," Airbnb said.