Please protect your record and take a moment to read this detailed on-point article recently published in the National Court Reporters Association Journal from our good friend and Immediate Past President of the Kentucky Court Reporters Association, Lisa Migliore Black, CCR, RSA with her assessment.
https://courtreportersaz.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/stenographer-scaled.jpg 1709 2560 Marty Herder https://courtreportersaz.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Screen-Shot-2016-06-23-at-5.45.45-PM.png Marty Herder2022-04-27 14:20:302022-05-06 01:18:08Are your deposition transcripts falling short of the promise of being true and accurate? Start by looking at the certificate page.
Automated Speech Recognition (ASR) isn’t new, but now your record is in peril with its use. Additionally, ASR companies (digital reporters) are not bound to the state and federal guidelines, skills, and code that stenographic court reporters are. The myriad of pitfalls with digital reporting includes not only accuracy, but also reliability, unauthorized disclosure/dissemination of testimony and exhibits, HIPAA violations, and breach of confidentiality agreements, to name a few.