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Legal Transcription 2030: What You Should Know

By Ayelet Weizs

If you've been feeling overwhelmed by the changes going on in the transcription industry, you're not alone. The stenographic shortage has been challenging, and there’s a natural hesitance that comes with embracing new technologies. However, industry professionals who want to be relevant in 2030 can no longer ignore the digital transformation that is occurring in the market.  The Need for…
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What is Speech Recognition Used For?

By Ayelet Weizs

Automatic speech recognition impacts everything from our personal lives to how justice is served in courts to improved student learning. So what exactly is speech recognition? How does speech recognition work across industries that impact our day to day lives, health, education, careers, and chances to thrive?   How Did Speech Recognition Begin? It was 1952 when Bell Laboratories presented…
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Legal Deposition Transcription Services 101

By Ayelet Weizs

Depositions have long been effective discovery tools for cases, eliciting important information and sometimes catching parties in lies. Whether a deposition court reporter uses a stenographic machine or a digital recorder, accuracy in legal deposition transcription services is of the utmost importance. A single word can change the meaning of a sentence, and therefore the entire outcome of a case.…
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Digital Court Reporter: Reasons to Hire & Become One

By Ayelet Weizs

There is a growing shortage of stenographers. This reality combined with the fact that the average age of a court reporter is 53, leaves cause for concern about the profession’s future. Additional contributing factors to this shortage include a significant decrease in graduates from professional stenographic training and the closure of many training schools, according to the American Association of…
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What is Voice Recognition Used for and How Does it Work?

By Ayelet Weizs

Voice recognition technology identifies a speaker and authenticates that he or she is indeed that individual. Unlike speech recognition, which identifies the words spoken, voice recognition analyzes countless patterns and elements that distinguish one person's voice from another. Voice recognition is now being used in every facet of our lives, personally and professionally.   How Is Voice Recognition Used in…
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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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The Cost of Not Embracing Advanced Court Reporting Technology

By Ashley Chemtov

Blockbuster, Kodak, Borders, Radio Shack. The business world is ripe with cautionary tales of once-thriving companies that ultimately succumbed to failure. The common thread that connects them all? A reluctance to adapt to changing ways and, specifically, advanced technology. This resistance to embrace new technology and lack of innovation gradually led to these organizations being overtaken by established competitors or…
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