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EDUCAUSE & Verbit: Leveraging Technology to Improve Higher Education Accessibility

By Michal

  Digital transformation is making waves in higher education across the world. It changes how leadership manages the campus, it makes data-based automation possible for improving campus operations and student wellbeing, and it differentiates institutions for top tier students who seek innovative education that trains them to succeed in tomorrow's workplaces, just to name a few of the exciting developments.…
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Transcription Rates & What Must Be Included in the Price

By Michal

In today's world, organizations are inundated with a wide variety of transcription rate structures, which makes it challenging to compare one service provider from another. Therefore, the following quick guide is all about the most common payment structures, what transcription rate per minute and transcription rates per hour organizations can expect to pay, plus what exactly goes into those rates,…
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Positive Effects of Technology on Education: Make a Bigger Impact

By Michal

Education has been opening doors to professional and personal growth for centuries, but not for everyone. Therefore, an increasing number of education organizations are tapping into the positive effects of technology on education, realizing that choosing the right tools and methods can be a game-changer for students that have been previously marginalized. To get organizations ready to expand their impact…
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Will AI Solutions Replace Stenographers?

By Ashley Chemtov

Let’s start with a basic, but important question: What is AI? Essentially, it's the broad discipline of creating smart machines that can perform tasks that are reminiscent of human capabilities such as recognizing objects, texts, sounds, speech, and solving different types of problems. Another more technical term for AI is machine learning.  AI is often mentioned as being superhuman in…
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How to Get Accurate, Cost-Efficient Law Enforcement Transcription

By Ayelet Weizs

Professionals in police departments, security firms, law firms, courts, and government agencies all rely on law enforcement transcription services to effectively do their jobs. This saves time, helps with the submission of accurate evidence, builds stronger cases, and reduces costs. But how does something as seemingly mundane as law enforcement transcription make such a big impact on the legal system?…
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From Shorthand to Artificial Intelligence: The Evolution of Transcription Technology

By Ashley Chemtov

Millions of audio and video files are produced every day by businesses and organizations in virtually every industry. In fact, the sheer volume of unstructured data has increased to the point that analysts at Gartner estimate that upwards of 80% of all organizational data exists in these types of formats. In this context, where there is a clear shift from…
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How Legal Technology Improves Courtrooms and Legal Practices

By Ashley Chemtov

The technology revolution has firmly taken hold, impacting virtually every industry. From medicine to retail to education, advanced technology has fundamentally changed the way organizations run, and the legal industry is no exception. Like in many sectors, law firms have had to adapt in order to thrive in this new paradigm and maintain a competitive edge. Courtrooms are also going…
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How Advanced Technology Is Propelling the Growth of eLearning

By Ashley Chemtov

It’s hard to believe that, even just a few short years ago, people were skeptical about the longevity and stickiness of eLearning. However, the numbers don’t lie. Market research firm Global Industry Analysts had projected that eLearning would reach $107 billion in revenue by the year 2015, and it did. Now, Research and Markets forecasts predict the eLearning industry will…
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How Artificial and Human Intelligence Can Solve the Court Reporter Shortage

By Ashley Chemtov

The justice system has a tendency to move slowly. This centuries-old problem hearkens back to Shakespearean times, with The Bard himself mentioning “the law’s delay” as one of life’s greatest disappointments in Hamlet’s famed “To be, or not to be” soliloquy. While things have certainly improved since then, the concept remains just as relevant today. The bureaucratic inefficiency of the…
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