Intelligent Voice Supports Justice for Change

Intelligent Voice has partnered with Relativity's Justice For Change program, providing its voice technology for free to the organizations fighting for justice to make sense of audio from body-worn video, emergency calls, interview and interrogation recordings, and prison phone calls.

The patented Intelligent Voice proprietary algorithm deployed within RelativityOne provides a navigable summary of  things said as a sidebar in the media player, enabling repetitive topics raised to be identified and reviewed. 

Within the Intelligent Voice Player in RelativityOne, words are suggested for what might otherwise be unintelligible portions of speech, not just from the karaoke play-along through the displayed transcribed index but also the optional sub and sur-titling of additional suggestions, along with the ability to listen to the playback slower than real time.  

"We are so proud to support the Relativity Justice for Change program. People don't realize the volume of audio and video evidence there is out there (interviews, bodycams, prison phone calls, emergency calls), and reviewing this manually is incredibly time-consuming and expensive and incredibly prohibitive," said Nigel Cannings, chief technology officer of Intelligent Voice, in a statement. "Our team has already been hard at work providing real help in real cases to real people using the Intelligent Voice system, and we look forward to continuing to support this initiative to help the wrongly convicted. This is the type of thing I became a lawyer for."

"Now that Intelligent Voice has teamed up with Justice for Change, we are able to offer top-tier transcription support that can be easily supported in RelativityOne," said Jaclyn Sattler, senior associate for strategy and business operations at Relativity, in a statement. "Ultimately, this allows Justice for Change nonprofit partners to organize their data and discover the truth much faster."

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