Collaboration Platforms Using AI to Help Remote Workers
With hundreds of thousands to millions of employees working from home during this pandemic, businesses are seeking ways to collaborate more manageable and with better efficiency. There are several platforms, some more secure than others. Working from home has its challenges, especially when you live in an active household, and now that most schools are closed, kids are home too. Microsoft is trying to one-up the others by announcing some new machine learning features that will come out later this year. The most sought after “feature” is real-time noise suppression, which will limit distracting “home” noises during calls. Microsoft is hoping that it will give them the edge over the other collaboration platforms, especially since working from home will still be a popular option when the pandemic ends.