Scribie Transcription: How File Difficulty Levels Work

Audio File Difficulty Review

Scribie transcribers, are you looking to learn more about the difficulty level label? You’re in the right place. As you know, we’re committed to delivering at least 99% accuracy, regardless of the audio file.  Now, some files are easier to work with, while others can be tricky. In any case, we aim to consistently deliver… Continue reading Scribie Transcription: How File Difficulty Levels Work

Scribie’s Four-Step Process: Key to High-Quality Transcription

How do you choose the right transcription service? Our customers tend to consider the cost, turnaround time, manual vs automated processes and more… Beyond all factors, you could be more interested in accuracy. Considering your specific needs, who should you trust? Is Scribie the right provider for your use cases? We’ll break down your options… Continue reading Scribie’s Four-Step Process: Key to High-Quality Transcription

New Logo & Upcoming Feature Updates: Deepening our Commitment to Quality Transcription

Logo Redesign and Upcoming Feature Updates: Deepening our Commitment to Quality Transcription

I am proud to share updates around the Scribie product and brand. You might have noticed some visual changes and expect that more product upgrades are on the way. For now, we’re thrilled to feature Scribie’s new logo, which you’ll now find throughout the website: Our intent and concept for this icon is to symbolize… Continue reading New Logo & Upcoming Feature Updates: Deepening our Commitment to Quality Transcription

How To Correct Automated Transcripts With Our Editor

We provide a browser based-editor which can be used to quickly correct the automated transcripts. Click the Edit Transcript button to launch it. The first thing you will notice is the audio waveform at the top. That is the audio player.  Clicking anywhere on it will take you to the corresponding word in the transcript.… Continue reading How To Correct Automated Transcripts With Our Editor

Improved Automated Transcripts

Our latest speech and language models have been released. There are several new features in this release. The following is a list: Acoustic Model: This is our fourth acoustic model trained on our data. The dataset contained mostly accented speakers (eg. Indian, African, Irish etc.). It also contained some noisy files. The accuracy of the… Continue reading Improved Automated Transcripts

Continual Learning for Speech-to-Text

Flawless transcripts and fast turnaround time are the hallmarks of Scribie. Not only are our transcripts highly accurate, but also priced reasonably. But have you ever wondered what makes that possible? The answer lies in constantly improving our speech-to-text engine, which assists our transcribers. We provide automatic word completion to our transcribers, and the better… Continue reading Continual Learning for Speech-to-Text

Are Automated Transcribing Softwares Good Enough? Not for New York Times

If you are ChristineMcM, a New York Times commentator you probably know a too much about how automatic transcribing software can mess things up for you. As reported by The Daily Dot, she had something to say about a recent Trump article but had to take a phone call in the middle of her comment.… Continue reading Are Automated Transcribing Softwares Good Enough? Not for New York Times

Building a Custom Deep Learning Rig

Deep learning is a very exciting field to be part of right now. New model architectures, especially those trained with Graphics Processing Units (GPUs), have enabled machines to do everything from defeating the world’s best human Go players to composing “classical music”. We wanted to take advantage of its applications in speech and language modeling,… Continue reading Building a Custom Deep Learning Rig

Google Introduces Dictation in Google Docs

Google provides us with a variety of services and tools to make our lives easier. One tool in particular, voice dictation, is now available in Google Docs. It’s an easy feature that makes the lives of those using it run a little smoother. Need to get an email sent? How about the notes for your… Continue reading Google Introduces Dictation in Google Docs

Why Do We Still Need Humans For Transcribing Speech

So, how is Siri doing on your iPhone. Would you happily replace her with your secretary? Personally, I won’t, because there are just too many ‘misses’ and ‘trouble spots’ that I wouldn’t want in my business. The case is almost the same when you count upon software to transcribe your audio files instead of their… Continue reading Why Do We Still Need Humans For Transcribing Speech