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TO DICTATE. To pronounce word for word what is destined to be at the same time written by another. Merlin Rep. mot Suggestion, p. 5 00; Toull. Dr. Civ. Fr. liv. 3, t. 2, c. 5, n. 410.

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The first version of Nuance s free Dragon Dictation app made a minor splash last year with its ability to quickly and pretty accurately convert short bursts of speech to text on the iPhone, the idea being that you could bark brief text messages or e-mails without having to tap them out.
me2me AG, supplier of web and voice services today announces the successful completion of a total merger with Swiss compatriot and leading provider of digital dictation products and voice technology iSpeech.
Swedish IT company Carl Lamm Holding AB (OMX Stockholm: CLAM) announced on Friday (29 August) that it has been selected exclusive supplier of digital dictation equipment to the Vastra Gotaland regional council in Sweden.
The acquisition, which is part of Auto Time's long-term expansion plan, establishes the company as one the UK's largest suppliers of digital dictation solutions following the purchase of Midland Time Recorders and Dictation Services last year.
Despite these benefits, physicians have been hesitant to accept structured documentation because it requires more time than dictation and does not allow the same level of expressive power.
* Encryption technology to ensure that dictation is compliant with current confidentiality and security standards.
The new system lets them dictate their letters into a digital dictation machine, which are uploaded in seconds and digitally transferred to a specialist company which transcribes and e-mails them back to the consultant within 48 hours.
Supports GBS hardware for mobile and stationary dictation solutions
If so, they may choose to use the software for dictation, but not for editing.
Literacy and the Writing Voice: The Intersection of Culture and Technology in Dictation
Law firm Hugh James is adopting a new high-tech computerised dictation system in all its Welsh offices after a successful pilot in the firm's Cardiff headquarters.