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28 Nov, 2023
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) has revamped its Amazon Transcribe service, making it smarter and providing the ability to understand and transcribe content in more than 100 languages.

This means it can turn spoken words into written text in various languages, helping people across the world. AWS trained the system using lots of audio data from different languages and accents, making sure it works well for both widely spoken and less common languages. The new and improved version is also better at understanding different accents and noisy environments.

Before this upgrade, Amazon Transcribe could handle 79 languages, but now it's even more powerful. It can add punctuation automatically, understand specific words, and figure out which language is being spoken. This is super useful because people can use it for transcribing audio and video content.

AWS also made improvements for its Call Analytics platform, which helps businesses by summarizing conversations between their staff and customers. This makes it easier for managers to get important information without reading through the whole conversation.