AI-enabled features such as gaze correction and facial adjustment provide a more natural face-to-face feel to virtual collaboration, the company says.
In recent months, organizations around the globe have transitioned to remote work due to the coronavirus. At the same time, many schools and universities have also adopted online learning curricula to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 on campus this fall. As a result, video conferencing has replaced traditional in-person experiences ranging from work to social activities, although these virtual platforms come with their own drawbacks and limitations. On Monday, NVIDIA announced a cloud-based video conferencing platform, Maxine, to enhance remote work, online learning, and more. This includes artificial intelligence (AI) features to provide a more natural in-person experience to virtual meetings.
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“Video conferencing is now a part of everyday life, helping millions