A Look at the Tech Powering Skribe.ai and What It Means for You

Is Skribe an AI Court Reporter?

  • No. Skribe is not an AI court reporter, we’re just using the latest technology to make everyone’s life a bit easier.
  • We offer a non-stenographic recording alternative that leverages proven Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) technology to support and enhance the deposition and transcription process. The result is a quick rough AI generated transcript that accompanies the video deposition, and a final human proofread version shortly after.

What Else You Should Know About Skribe s Process:

  • Skribe complies with all legal standards for non-stenographic depositions.
    • Example: Fed. R. Cia. P. 30 – CaseText: FRCP 30(b)(3)
  • A certified notary from your state swears in the witness and provides technical support throughout the deposition.
  • The video and audio of the event are recorded non-stenographically. We are a partner with Zoom and host our events there, nothing new for participants to use. Our events have a backup recording system in place to ensure a reliable recording.
  • A rough AI-generated transcript is typically available on the same day, synced to the video, allowing near-immediate review.
  • A final transcript, professionally proofread and legally formatted, is available in 5 days or less.
  • Post-Event, witnesses and their attorneys may review a complimentary recording, exhibits, a view-only transcript, and complete a Statement of Changes (errata sheet).

Common Concerns:

  • Does Skribe use Generative AI to create transcripts? No. Skribe employs proven ASR for transcription but does not use Generative AI to capture testimony or to create transcripts.
  • Does Skribe offer any Generative AI features? Yes. Skribe offers optional features powered by Generative AI for post-deposition analysis and review. Data is handled in a secure manner and is not used to train Generative AI.

Tom Irby, CEO