The online speech-to-text application Beey has launched a new generation of automatic recognition software. As expected, it performs more accurately and reliably than the previous model. Moreover, it has even passed in contrast to the global competition. See how Beey’s transcription of various recordings compares to the results of Microsoft and Google’s recognition programs.
Our team of professional editors uses the Beey online editor to speed up and streamline the creation of high-quality transcripts and subtitles for recordings in Czech and Ukrainian languages. This process can be also used by TV stations and government institutions to help during the current situation in Europe.
Have you ever wondered how speech-to-text conversion actually works? Beey’s system is based on the technology developed at the Technical University of Liberec, one of our long time partners. The founder and original team leader of the Computer Speech Processing Laboratory (SpeechLab), prof. Ing. Jan Nouza, CSc., has given an interview to the news service iDNES.cz, in which he describes their system for automatic voice recognition in more detail. You can read an excerpt of this article, where the professor explains his part of the process, below.