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Democratic Presidential Debate – June 26 #Transcripts2020

Democratic Presidential Debate – June 26 #Transcripts2020

As part of our Transcripts 2020 project, we are pleased to release the transcript of the first Democratic Presidential Debate held on June 26th. An editable version is available here. Other transcripts of this series are available here. [music] 0:00:00 Lester Holt: Good evening everyone. I’m Lester Holt, and welcome to the first Democratic debate …

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New Feature: Priority Automated Transcripts

New Feature: Priority Automated Transcripts

We are happy to announce that you can now prioritize the free automated transcripts and get it ASAP for as low as 10¢/min. Automated transcripts require a lot of CPU and GPU power. Therefore we queue these files up and process them one by one. Our processing queue is a FIFO queue, First In First …

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Improved Automated Transcripts

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 …

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Did Trump Say I or I’d?

Did Trump Say I or I’d?

The Jury is out on what President Trump said: I or I’d. But what does the AI think? We put our free automated transcripts service to test on the following clip. Here is the official audio showing WSJ misquoting @POTUS pic.twitter.com/wVwoafYkHg — Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) January 14, 2018 And here’s the result. But with that being …

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How to get your free automated transcripts from Scribie

How to get your free automated transcripts from Scribie

UPDATE 09/27: We no longer provide free automated transcripts. You have to now pay for it at 10 cents per minute of audio. Getting your automated transcripts from Scribie is a fairly intuitive process. But here is a step-by-step guide on it. Go to scribie.com/transcription/free Click on “Upload Files” button. You have many ways to …

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