Below, we show a hypothetical Meeting Recorder screen shot. The image demonstrates some of the potential user-interface ideas for correction and annotation of the transcript.
As participants of the meeting speak, a possibly inaccurate transcript appears in real-time. Speaker change boundaries are detected and shown (in this case, just by numbering).
Since the speech recognizer often can produce a measure of how confident it is with its guess, the user-interface could highlight potentially poor transcriptions.
When the recognizer makes an error, the user can quickly correct it by clicking on the incorrect word. The recognizer generates a popup box of alternatives from which the user can select the correct word.
Also shown is a user text annotation.
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