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Automatic Subtitling With Speech Recognition

Thanks to the evolution of speech recognition technology, there’s an easier and faster way of converting speech into text—such as for generating transcripts of audio content. Machines can perform this time-consuming tedious job accurately and quickly.

So who needs speech to text functionality?

Audio sections of libraries generate transcripts of faculty lectures and guest talks for students’ reference. Organizations like TED generate English transcripts of TED talks, which make it easier for people to translate the talks into other languages for a wider reach. Broadcasters generate closed captioning, also called subtitling for television programming, which lets the deaf and those who are hard of hearing follow the news and shows.

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