There was a lot of talk about yesterday and the video ran to almost 40 minutes. That has resulted in a transcript of more than 5000 words which is about double the transcript for the 14th.
That has taken considerably longer to do today. A good few hours.
The problems are:
The software doesn’t always put a full stop or comma in and without punctuation, it’s going to be a difficult read.
It also doesn’t recognise the difference between Rupee and Rupiah, which might be corrected, but if it doesn’t “learn” to recognise it, it could be a confusing read for subscribers!
It doesn’t recognise context so there/their/they’re pretty much all need correcting. Also, we’ve/we’re.
I imagine it’s almost impossible to speak as you do, without a script, and not um and ah, but when you do, the software inserts “at” so you can imagine how many there were to correct.
I am actively trying to educate the system to adapt to my speech but with little success yet. I plan on pursuing this experiment till the end of the week and then we will make a judgement on whether to persist. However, if it takes multiple hours to edit a transcript, that is simply not something we are able to justify.Back to top