Press Coverage for TranscribeMe
We are very excited to tell you about the amazing press coverage for TranscribeMe. Here’s a list of some posts written about us to date. We would like to thank the many great journalists who have written about us and are thankful for every review of our service.
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TranscribeMe takes on Apple’s Siri with Man and Machine. The startup competes with Apple’s Siri and Google’s audio transcriber, which rely on computers to try to figure out what the user is saying. Anyone who has shouted at their iPhone’s virtual personal assistant will know that these tools aren’t always reliable, especially for longer ramblings. Read more on the Bloomberg article.
The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council, the leading global community for strategic marketing decision makers, has selected TranscribeMe, a voice-to-text technology innovator with a crowd-sourced human transcriber platform, to handle multimedia and mobile transcription services worldwide. Read more on the CMO Council Press Release.
TranscribeMe was born out of real world pain [...] Technologies like Siri were already teaching people that they could speak into their smartphone and expect a transcript back, but all were failing to provide a level of accuracy which made them useful for business and technical purposes.
One of the new apps that goes with the Sky smartpen is Transcribe Me, an audio transcription service using the latest transcription technology and crowdsourced techniques for providing high-quality audio-to-text conversion for Livescribe customers. Read more on the Livescribe Partnership on Venture Beat.
Since August, the number of clients has tripled and companies like Ipsos, GigaOM, VMware, and Evernote have made use of the service. It can be used by individuals and businesses alike to manage their content. Read more on TranscribeMe’s Funding on Venture Beat.
While TranscribeMe has had some pretty humble beginnings, it’s great to see another Kiwi success story shaking up a legacy industry around the globe. Read More on the Tech Day Article.
The team at TranscribeMe invented and developed a new way to convert voice to text with the help of remote human experts. Their early beta customers use a smartphone app to record meetings, interviews and dictation, and receive accurate transcripts back as an email. Read more on the SFGate Article.
The first startup to pitch at DEMO Asia 2012 turned out to be among the most promising ones. TranscribeMe is a mobile app by New Zealand startup Audio Scribe that promises to transcribe audio recordings within a day. Read more on the SGEntrepreneur article.
TranscribeMe, the company Dunayev co-founded six months ago, has made some key innovations and is one of the fastest-growing providers in a rapidly expanding industry. But its most creative change demolishes the commonly held assumption that transcription can be done by only one person at a time. Read more on The Australian article.
TranscribeMe converts voice to text using expert human crowd-sourced transcribers. Customers can expect an easy to use service, 98% accuracy, & a ridiculously fast turnaround time, using their smartphones as digital recorders. Read more on the OneNews article.
But as users can attest, automated voice-to-text and translation programs often deliver a less than seamless result… TranscribeMe is somewhere in between, crowd-sourced and cloud-sourced, using a mix of algorithms and human. Despite the excitement surrounding machines’ ability to understand and use human speech, doubts are rising about how accurate technology can be in that field,or any field that requires analyzing data. Cooperation between humans and machines could be the next phase that gives rest to the accuracy question. Read more on the Boudin News article.
A team from TranscribeMe – an app for transcription of recordings to text – is the only New Zealand startup chosen to attend the Demo Asia startup launchpad.
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