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Current Speech Recognition Software Couldn't Analyze Apollo Mission Archives, So NASA Had Scientists Build a Better One

When they began their work, researchers discovered that the first thing they needed to do was to digitize the audio. Five years later, the team is completing its work, which has led to advances in technology to convert speech to text, analyze speakers and understand how people collaborated to accomplish the missions.
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