People who follow this blog regularly will know I frequently post tests from the audio/ video kit I own Read more
Another quick Ad Hoc interview with the more interesting smaller stands at #BETT2017. This time with Melissa Phillips of Read more
I recently did a live-streaming job at Michaela Community School - as well as the liveStream and HD Video, Read more
Today I went to the first MTPT forum This is the first MTPT Project-specific forum, aiming to introduce the Read more
#TMLondon 1st half below I will start to put up highlights tomorrow but for now see the Head Girl’s speech at QK at around 12:41 minutes in. (hold your cursor above the timeline and click on the right time or click and drag to get to the time you want.) #TMLondon 2nd half below You can scrub through the films to the time you want.
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Excerpt: The Californian company DeepGram is a Web audio search tool that lets you browse and index audio and video files for key words. DeepGram uses AI and deep learning to perform speech recognition and also has a mechanism for automatic speech-to-text transcription. The better your recording, the more precise the search – just type the word in and it jumps to all the places where that word is spoken. This 30-minute interview with Donald Clark about Virtual Reality in Education was amazingly good at picking up every instance of Education in the file. It wasn’t that great at transcription but I can see that…