One of the key ways automation is driving efficiency within the court reporting industry is through the use of AI-enabled synchronization of deposition video and court transcripts. A task that took between 30 min to 2 hours using desktop software with accuracy levels less than 60%, can now be done in less than 3 minutes with 99.8% accuracy. This technology allows court reporters firms to service law firms better and faster. They can now synchronize within minutes the video recorded by the videographer in-person or on Zoom with the official court transcript captured by the court reporter.
Cloud computing is also playing a significant role in the court reporting industry, as it allows court reporters to access their work from anywhere, at any time. This means that they can work remotely and collaborate with others more efficiently, which can help to increase productivity and reduce costs.
In addition to these technological advancements, the court reporting industry is also seeing an increase in the use of virtual and remote court proceedings. This is being made possible by the use of video conferencing such as Zoom and other digital communication tools, which are made possible by cloud computing. This shift is helping to make court proceedings more accessible and efficient while also reducing the need for travel and in-person meetings.
Overall, the court reporting industry is changing rapidly, and these technological advancements are playing a significant role in driving that change. By leveraging the power of automation and cloud computing, court reporters and court reporting firms can work faster, more efficiently, and more accurately, which benefits everyone involved in the legal process.
Learn more about how CloudSync, by Threadeo, automates deposition video and transcript synchronization within minutes and 99% accuracy: https://threadeo.com/court-reporting/