Wordly, a Los Altos, CA-based language service supplier (LSP), introduced earlier this week that it has added a brand new providing to its slate of synthetic intelligence (AI)-powered translation companies: on-demand transcript translation.
In an Oct. 10 weblog put up, the corporate introduced that purchasers can now use Wordly’s platform to create a translated transcript of recorded audio content material. The on-demand transcript translation function permits customers to supply a transcript in each the unique language and a translation in 25 completely different goal languages.
“With the clicking of a button customers can create a translated transcript from any assembly/session that used Wordly,” the corporate’s weblog put up reads. “You will get a transcript within the language of the unique presenter in addition to have it translated into 25 different languages together with Spanish, French, Japanese, and Hindi.”
Wordly was based in 2019 by the corporate’s CEO Lakshman Rathnam, specializing in AI-powered stay translation throughout conferences and different occasions. The Wordly platform produces translated captions and audio throughout conferences to allow seamless communication between contributors who converse completely different languages. Nevertheless, up till now, the platform has all the time labored in real-time — the brand new transcription function permits customers to obtain transcripts after a gathering has taken place.
For the reason that firm was first based, Wordly claims to have amassed a person base of a couple of million folks — the corporate additionally says this new transcript translation function has been requested by a number of customers.
When customers choose the function, they’ll obtain the transcript in one in all three completely different codecs: a textual content file with timestamps, a VTT file, or a plain textual content file with out timestamps. In keeping with Wordly, the function can also be fairly fast — it solely takes a few minutes for the system to churn out a translation of a given assembly’s transcript. For customers of Wordly’s Professional, Company, and Enterprise packages, the function is accessible at no extra value.