Humans will be transparent in your next whiteboard meeting
Microsoft teams with design to foster an inclusive work culture for every worker, from the c-suite to the first line.
This first line area of the workforce like retail associates or factory technicians has traditionally been underserved by technology.
Earlier this year we introduced the team's mobile for sign experience You can see here first line workers, they're often usually the first to respond when something goes awry.
Now they can take a picture of the situation using the smart camera, annotate it, add some context.
And in this situation it's a cleanup, but it could be a factory chemical spill.
They can mark these messages as urgent or important, make sure the right people see them right time.
Now, you may remember last year build, we showed you our vision for modern meetings.
Let's take a look at how we're bringing that to life teams.
We focus on making the meetings experience more inclusive and hassle-free with live captions and make it easier for everyone to engage in the conversation.
People joining the meeting remotely should feel as include the discussion even if the team is brainstorming on a whiteboard.
So by simply connecting a USB webcam to the team's room, using AI the room will find the whiteboard image and straighten it to make it more legible.
It also detects people and makes them transparent.
So someone walks in front of the whiteboard to write something.
The team online will be able to see right through them.
Like literally right through them.
This is the power of the team's platform, and we're so excited to see what you build next.
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