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3 thoughts on “Transcription in a Digital World

  1. Karen Cayamanda

    Transcription is a great way of preserving information that matters to a lot of people, particularly historical documents that resonate with a collective. And what’s more is that just about anyone can do it–except of course for legal and medical transcription, which requires background in their respective fields.

  2. TimothyOutsourcing

    It’s good to know about these opensource transcription tools. I think there would be more advances in OCR and transcription technology if there are more opensource projects as such.

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