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SOUND BYTES - Dec 2018



President's Message

by Geoffrey L. Hunt, AAERT President

 

It’s that time of year again and I am writing my last President’s Message for 2018. At this exceptionally busy time of year, I hope that all of you will take the time to reflect on this year’s accomplishments and spend time with family and friends.

I have been speaking of the evolution of the court reporting profession. As technology marches ahead, professions like ours are affected greatly.

 




The Ambiguous Art of Transcription in Today’s World

by April Orlando

 

Legal transcription has become a fast-growing business in the world of litigation. Attorneys regularly rely on professional transcriptionists to provide quality documents taken from audio or video files for use in depositions, hearings, and trials. The act of transcribing either verbatim or word for word requires a level of skill and ambiguity that can’t be created through technology alone.

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Curious About The Future?

by Cecily Waters, FTR Regional Marketing Adviser

 

How will technology affect the work of digital reporters in the decade ahead? Here, we look at three big trends and why the future looks bright.

Opportunities are growing for AAERT members, with the justice system tackling increasing caseloads, intense demands for speed and transparency, and a global shortage of stenographers and court reporters.



Russian Courts Moving Towards Automation

 

Replacing Stenographers with Robots


"Application of hardware-software for speech recognition reduced on average almost two times the time of preparation of the trial record," said the Information-analytical support center (IAC) in the Justice Department.


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