Jeff Kofman had lived with the frustration of manual transcription his entire career.
In his 30-years as a broadcaster, Jeff reported from more than 40 countries, covering many of the biggest stories of his generation. He won two Emmys, a duPont Award and an Edward R. Murrow Award.
He couldn’t believe he was still transcribing interviews, speeches and conferences in the 21st century the same way journalists had been doing it in the 1970s: manually.
So Jeff teamed up with a team of developers to use the increasingly accurate output of AI to do the heavy lifting of transcription. Because he had lived the pain, Jeff instantly saw its potential.