Computer-assisted transcription (CAT)

Computer-assisted transcription (CAT),

Definition of Computer-assisted transcription (CAT):

  1. A type of technology that provides an automatic transcription of recorded words into a computer program. Traditionally used in legal settings, but CAT is a business tool that companies use to provide verbatim documentation of important meetings such as board of directors meetings.

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