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Translated from Hebrew from Walla Gone are the days when a discussion about accessibility only revolved around a ramp or an elevator. The accessibility of many services has become virtual and…

Walla Finance 19 Jan 2023
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Verbit Launches Human-Powered ASR Captioning Solution for Media & Entertainment

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Verbit is a very successful startup. The 4-year-old developer of an AI-powered transcription and captioning platform has reached unicorn status in June, raising $157 million at a valuation of over…

Forbes 29 Oct 2021
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Nov 23 (Reuters) – Transcription and captioning services provider Verbit on Tuesday notched a valuation of about $2 billion by selling $150 million worth of new shares in a funding…

Reuters 23 Nov 2021
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Less than six months after raising a $157 million Series D round, AI-powered transcription and captioning platform Verbit announced today it has closed $250 million in a Series E round that values the…

TechCrunch 23 Nov 2021
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Multilingual transcription and captioning company Verbit has just outraised every translation and localization company out there (according to Slator’s M&A and Funding research) in its latest financing round. And, with a planned IPO on the…

Slator 25 Nov 2021
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Many legal tech platforms tout their advanced artificial intelligence capabilities. But behind that software is often a long-standing reliance on human reviewers verifying results before they are seen by the…

8GTkbEV5_400x400 17 Aug 2021
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Video is the most common way higher education institutions engage students with distance-learning content, but few caption all their video content for accessibility, according a survey being released Tuesday by…

EdScoop 2 Aug 2021
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Tom Livne, Verbit CEO and founder, wants the company to become a decacorn “as soon as possible”. Verbit An Israeli startup that uses both humans and artificial intelligence to dictate…

Business Insider 8 Jun 2021
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Verbit, a transcription technology company, will look to go public after announcing its most recent round of $157 million in funding on Tuesday, according to a news release. The company,…

EDSCOOP 8 Jun 2021
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