If you have family members that have more to say than you do, Microsoft’s AI-based noise cancellation can help.
What’s Planned for Microsoft Teams?
To see this plan for yourself, head over to the Microsoft 365 Roadmap. This website is a handy way to see what Microsoft had planned for its products, as we saw before when we discovered its plans to add a chat mute to Microsoft Teams.
Recently, the company added feature ID68694 to the roadmap:
AI-based, real-time noise suppression, will be added to Microsoft Teams. This feature will automatically remove unwelcome background noise during your meetings. AI-based noise suppression works by analyzing an individuals audio feed and using specially trained deep neural networks to filter out the noise and retain only the speech signal.
When the feature launches in November 2020, it will bolt onto the existing noise suppression feature Microsoft has on Teams. Users can then customize how much suppression occurs. This includes a new “high” setting when the world doesn’t seem to want to be quiet.
Keeping Things Quieter With Microsoft Teams
If you havepets with the worst professional timing, you’ll want to keep tabs on Microsoft Teams in the future. Its new AI-powered noise-cancellation feature will help keep unwanted sounds out of your meeting.
Microsoft has been working hard to make Teams the best offering in a pandemic-struck world. Just recently, the companyexpanded the meeting cap to 20,000 people.
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Microsoft Teams can now support up to 20,000 people in a meeting. Which accommodates the population of some small countries.
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