OK. I work in a cube. As usual, every conversation can be heard from at least six cubes away.
The guy in the cube next to mine has this great idea (hopefully MS research will pick up on this). He brought over a pair of noise cancelling headphones and said wouldn't it be great if we could use voice recognition to create a pair of “noise” cancelling headphones. So here's how it works, you place the device in the loud users cubicle and five minutes later, “voila” you have enough data to effectively remove their voice range/tones from your airwaves.
- Everyone gets "the treatment"--very tempting
- Your boss gets "the treatment"--you miss something important
- Your spouse gets "the treatment"--nothing like finally getting to hear the football game; however it could go both ways
Hmmm, Lee you may be on to something...