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Category: Amazon Transcribe

Create video subtitles with Amazon Transcribe using this no-code workflow

Subtitle creation on video content poses challenges no matter how big or small the organization. To address those challenges, Amazon Transcribe has a helpful feature that enables subtitle creation directly within the service. There is no machine learning (ML) or code writing required to get started. This post walks you through setting up a no-code […]

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Transforming qualitative research by automating speech to text-to-text analytics

This post is authored by Satish Jha, Intelligent Automation Manager, Matt Docherty, Data Science Manager, Jayesh Muley, Associate Consultant and Tapan Vora, Rapid Prototyping, from ZS Associates. At ZS Associates, we do a significant amount of qualitative market research. The work involves interviewing relevant subjects (such as healthcare professionals and sales representatives) and developing bespoke […]

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Bongo Learn provides real-time feedback to improve learning outcomes with Amazon Transcribe

Real-time feedback helps drive learning. This is especially important for designing presentations, learning new languages, and strengthening other essential skills that are critical to succeed in today’s workplace. However, many students and lifelong learners lack access to effective face-to-face instruction to hone these skills. In addition, with the rapid adoption of remote learning, educators are […]

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How Wix empowers customer care with AI capabilities using Amazon Transcribe

With over 200 million users worldwide, Wix is a leading cloud-based development platform for building fully personalized, high-quality websites. Wix makes it easy for anyone to create a beautiful and professional web presence. When Wix started, it was easy to understand user sentiment and identify product improvement opportunities because the user base was small. Such […]

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Live call analytics for your contact center with Amazon language AI services

Update February 2022 (v0.2.1) – See New features Your contact center connects your business to your community, enabling customers to order products, callers to request support, clients to make appointments, and much more. When calls go well, callers retain a positive image of your brand, and are likely to return and recommend you to others. […]

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Post call analytics for your contact center with Amazon language AI services

This blog post was last reviewed and updated March, 2022. Added support for Transcribe Call Analytics call summarization. See New features. Your contact center connects your business to your community, enabling customers to order products, callers to request support, clients to make appointments, and much more. Each conversation with a caller is an opportunity to […]

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Live transcriptions of F1 races using Amazon Transcribe

The Formula 1 (F1) live steaming service, F1 TV, has live automated closed captions in three different languages: English, Spanish, and French. For the 2021 season, FORMULA 1 has achieved another technological breakthrough, building a fully automated workflow to create closed captions in three languages and broadcasting to 85 territories using Amazon Transcribe. Amazon Transcribe […]

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Generate high-quality meeting notes using Amazon Transcribe and Amazon Comprehend

Organizations are continuing to evaluate remote working arrangements and explore moving to a hybrid workforce model. Emerging trends suggest that not only has the number of online meetings attended by employees on a day-to-day basis increased, but also the number of attendees per meeting. One of the key challenges with online meetings is ensuring efficient […]

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Introducing PII identification and redaction in streaming transcriptions using Amazon Transcribe

Amazon Transcribe is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that makes it easy for developers to add speech to text capabilities to their applications. Since launching in 2017, Amazon Transcribe has added numerous features to enhance its capabilities around converting speech to text. Some of these features include automatic language detection, custom language models, vocabulary […]

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How to redact personally identifiable information from audio files with Amazon Transcribe

Amazon Transcribe is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that makes it easy to add speech-to-text capabilities to your applications. Speech or audio data is virtually impossible for computers to search and analyze. Therefore, recorded speech needs to be converted to text before it can be used in applications. Automatic content redaction is a feature […]

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