The process—which it calls Scribe Switchboard—takes audio files and analyzes it for certain factors to determine what language it is in before it can be sent to a transcription engine.
GreenKey filed the patent with the US Patent and Trademark Office last week in hopes of protecting its copyright while licensing the process to potential partners, says chief data scientist Tejas Shastry.
“Patents are valuable to us both to protect our intellectual property and solidify the advances we’ve made.
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