Amazon Web Services (AWS) added new languages to its Amazon Transcribe product, offering generative AI-based transcription for 100 languages and a slew of new AI capabilities for customers.

Announced during the AWS re: Invent event, Amazon Transcribe can now recognize more spoken languages and spin up a call transcription. AWS customers use Transcribe to add speech-to-text capabilities to their apps on the AWS Cloud. 

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“AI-powered Carbyne Live Audio Translation is directly aimed at helping improve emergency response for the 68 million Americans who speak a language other than English at home, in addition to the up to 79 million foreign visitors to the country annually. By leveraging Amazon Transcribe’s new multilingual foundation model powered ASR, Carbyne will be even better equipped to democratize life-saving emergency services, because Every. Person. Counts.”

– Alex Dizengof, Co-Founder and CTO of Carbyne.

The integration of generative AI into Amazon Transcribe represents a pivotal moment in the evolution of speech-to-text technology. This transformative innovation is poised to revolutionize a wide range of industries, including customer service, education, media, and healthcare, by facilitating seamless communication and unlocking valuable insights from spoken conversations.

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