Quiet and remote participants often have trouble contributing on conference calls when there is a dominant speaker. Meetings can be more effective when they include the perspectives of all attendees. Presented herein are techniques to combine visual analysis with monitoring of unmute/mute activities in order to notify meeting participants when a quiet or remote meeting participant wants to speak in a conference that is dominated by an active speaker.
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Pearce, Chris; Packenham, Lasonia; Khandekar, Sampada; Caivano, Tracy; and Fernandez Alvarez, Estefania, "HELPING QUIET AND REMOTE PARTICIPANTS CONTRIBUTE MORE EFFECTIVELY TO TELECONFERENCES", Technical Disclosure Commons, (May 18, 2021)