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Automated transcription services could be integral to web conferencing

Automated transcription services are expected to become a must-have feature for web conferencing. Zoom made its version of that service available to its subscribers on Jan. 31. Zoom has become the first web conferencing vendor to offer automated transcription of online meetings — a feature expected to become ubiquitous in the next few years. Zoom…

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Zoom Continues Pursuit of Frictionless Meetings

Previewed at the Zoomtopia user conference last September, speech-to-text recording transcripts are now ready for their full enterprise debut as part of Zoom’s Meetings cloud-based video and Web conferencing service. With this feature, enterprises can toggle on transcription for meeting recordings to receive a text transcription that includes who is speaking, when, and timestamps. In…

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AISense powers transcription for Zoom

AISense + Zoom

Zoom has partnered with AISense to launch a new feature that allows their customers to get automatic transcriptions of their meetings. See how to enable transcription in your Zoom account. With Recording Transcripts, Zoom is taking smart meetings to the next level. This free, industry-first feature creates a searchable transcript of a Zoom cloud recording.…

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AISense Finalizes A Round Funding

AISense Finalizes A Round Funding

License by Zoom establishes AISense as leader in speech technology for verbal communications. Today we announced the completion of AISense A-round of funding. The $10 million round was led by Horizons Ventures, bringing total funding since our inception to $13 million. We also disclosed that we are powering transcription for Zoom Video Communications, a feature…

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AISense wants to deliver total recall by transcribing all your conversations

There’s a new machine learning company on the block, with big ambitions to help people remember every conversation they’ve ever had. Called AISense, the company operates a voice transcription system that’s designed to work through long conversations using machine learning and provide users with a full text record of what was said . . .…

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AISense investor David Cheriton wrote Google its first check

With a net worth of $1.3 billion, Cheriton is likely the wealthiest full-time academic in the world. But yachts are not his thing. The Stanford computer science professor calls himself “spoiled” for taking the occasional windsurfing vacation to Maui. When pressed to recall his latest splurge, the best he can come up with is a…

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