Second messenger: increasing the visibility of minority viewpoints with a face-to-face collaboration tool

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This paper introduces the application Second Messenger, a tool for supporting face-to-face meetings and discussions. Second Messenger uses a speech-recognition engine as an input method and outputs filtered keywords from the group's conversation onto an interactive display. The goal of this interface is to improve the quality of a group discussion by… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/964442.964489

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@inproceedings{DiMicco2004SecondMI, title={Second messenger: increasing the visibility of minority viewpoints with a face-to-face collaboration tool}, author={Joan Morris DiMicco and Walter Bender}, booktitle={IUI}, year={2004} }