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Category: Amazon Transcribe

Live Meeting Assistant with Amazon Transcribe, Amazon Bedrock, and Knowledge Bases for Amazon Bedrock

You’ve likely experienced the challenge of taking notes during a meeting while trying to pay attention to the conversation. You’ve probably also experienced the need to quickly fact-check something that’s been said, or look up information to answer a question that’s just been asked in the call. Or maybe you have a team member that always joins meetings late, and expects you to send them a quick summary over chat to catch them up. Then there are the times that others are talking in a language that’s not your first language, and you’d love to have a live translation of what people are saying to make sure you understand correctly. And after the call is over, you usually want to capture a summary for your records, or to send to the participants, with a list of all the action items, owners, and due dates. All of this, and more, is now possible with our newest sample solution, Live Meeting Assistant (LMA).

Best practices for building secure applications with Amazon Transcribe

Amazon Transcribe is an AWS service that allows customers to convert speech to text in either batch or streaming mode. It uses machine learning–powered automatic speech recognition (ASR), automatic language identification, and post-processing technologies. Amazon Transcribe can be used for transcription of customer care calls, multiparty conference calls, and voicemail messages, as well as subtitle […]

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Moderate audio and text chats using AWS AI services and LLMs

Online gaming and social communities offer voice and text chat functionality for their users to communicate. Although voice and text chat often support friendly banter, it can also lead to problems such as hate speech, cyberbullying, harassment, and scams. Today, many companies rely solely on human moderators to review toxic content. However, verifying violations in […]

Create summaries of recordings using generative AI with Amazon Bedrock and Amazon Transcribe

Meeting notes are a crucial part of collaboration, yet they often fall through the cracks. Between leading discussions, listening closely, and typing notes, it’s easy for key information to slip away unrecorded. Even when notes are captured, they can be disorganized or illegible, rendering them useless. In this post, we explore how to use Amazon […]

Amazon Transcribe announces a new speech foundation model-powered ASR system that expands support to over 100 languages

Amazon Transcribe is a fully managed automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that makes it straightforward for you to add speech-to-text capabilities to your applications. Today, we are happy to announce a next-generation multi-billion parameter speech foundation model-powered system that expands automatic speech recognition to over 100 languages. In this post, we discuss some of the […]

Principal Financial Group uses AWS Post Call Analytics solution to extract omnichannel customer insights

An established financial services firm with over 140 years in business, Principal is a global investment management leader and serves more than 62 million customers around the world. Principal is conducting enterprise-scale near-real-time analytics to deliver a seamless and hyper-personalized omnichannel customer experience on their mission to make financial security accessible for all. They are […]

Use generative AI to increase agent productivity through automated call summarization

Your contact center serves as the vital link between your business and your customers. Every call to your contact center is an opportunity to learn more about your customers’ needs and how well you are meeting those needs. Most contact centers require their agents to summarize their conversation after every call. Call summarization is a valuable tool that helps contact centers understand and gain insights from customer calls. Additionally, accurate call summaries enhance the customer journey by eliminating the need for customers to repeat information when transferred to another agent. In this post, we explain how to use the power of generative AI to reduce the effort and improve the accuracy of creating call summaries and call dispositions. We also show how to get started quickly using the latest version of our open source solution, Live Call Analytics with Agent Assist.

T-Mobile US, Inc. uses artificial intelligence through Amazon Transcribe and Amazon Translate to deliver voicemail in the language of their customers’ choice

This post is co-authored by Dhurjati Brahma, Senior Systems Architect at T-Mobile US, Inc and Jim Chao, Principal Engineer/Architect at T-Mobile US, Inc and Nicholas Zellerhoff Associate Systems Architect at T-Mobile US, Inc. T-Mobile US, Inc. provides a Voicemail to Text service to its customers, which allows customers to quickly read through their voicemails and […]

Generative AI and multi-modal agents in AWS: The key to unlocking new value in financial markets

Multi-modal data is a valuable component of the financial industry, encompassing market, economic, customer, news and social media, and risk data. Financial organizations generate, collect, and use this data to gain insights into financial operations, make better decisions, and improve performance. However, there are challenges associated with multi-modal data due to the complexity and lack […]

Flag harmful language in spoken conversations with Amazon Transcribe Toxicity Detection

The increase in online social activities such as social networking or online gaming is often riddled with hostile or aggressive behavior that can lead to unsolicited manifestations of hate speech, cyberbullying, or harassment. For example, many online gaming communities offer voice chat functionality to facilitate communication among their users. Although voice chat often supports friendly […]