Last month, Google announced to launch four new features to its Google Meet video conferencing platform. The m…Read More
Last month, Google announced to launch four new features to its Google Meet video conferencing platform. The most noticeable feature among them was the AI-based noise cancellation feature. According to a report by VentureBeat, the tech giant has now started rolling out the noise cancellation feature for G Suite Enterprise and Education customers.
The AI-based noise cancellation feature is being rolled out in phased manner, so even if you are an G Suite enterprise customer, it might take some time to reach your account. Also, the service is currently being rolled out for the web version of service and will come to the Android and iOS app later.
Serge Lachapelle, G Suite director of product management, demonstrated the capabilities of the
impressive new “denoiser” feature in a video to VentureBeat, “To help limit interruptions to your meeting, Meet can now intelligently filter out background distractions — like your dog barking or keystrokes as you take meeting notes.”
Lachapelle also mentioned that the once feature will become available to users, it will be turned on automatically and can be turned off from Meet’s settings page.
The new AI-based noise cancellation feature on Meet takes the advantage of machine learning to understand the difference between noise and voice and filters the unwanted noise accordingly. The speed during an ongoing call gets redirected through Google’s machine learning data center where the entire voice processing takes place.