5 Ways Speech Recognition Programs Can Let You Down

Computer-based transcription, commonly known as speech recognition technology has been a focus of interest in the transcription industry since its emergence. Although the development in voice recognition programs gained huge public attention in the initial few years, the technology has failed to impress due to its inability to demonstrate the level of quality, accuracy, and consistency the professional industry demands.

Experts believe that human transcription is a more accurate and comprehensive approach than computer-based transcription, and thus will continue to lead the industry for years to come. To understand it better, let’s take a look at the limitations of computer-based transcription that make it far less ineffective than manual transcription.

Is Transcription a Need or a Necessity?

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