Voice technology from Microsoft Teams is coming to Xbox

Microsoft Teams and the Xbox are currently a good example of how products that actually have nothing in common can benefit from one another: the technology that improves business meetings should also ensure undisturbed conversations in the Xbox Party Chat in the future.

Microsoft Teams has a technology that processes the microphone signal using artificial intelligence and is intended to ensure that voice transmission is always optimized. Background noise such as traffic noise or the classics such as barking dogs or coffee machines should be filtered out in this way. If the person moves in front of the microphone, the normalization of the volume ensures that the conversation partner at the other end ideally does not have to turn their loudspeakers.

This technology is now being integrated into Party Chat on Xbox. The test operation started this week in the Insider Ring “Alpha Skip Ahead”. This is the earliest of all the preview channels, so it may be a while before the feature hits all Xbox users. Speech optimization can be enabled and disabled in settings, by default it is on.

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