Just after Swedish project, Titan Note, secured more than $1 million through its Indiegogo campaign and moved to InDemand, the global crowdfunding platform reportedly pulled the plug on the initiative and is now under review by the Trust & Safety Team.
The Titan Note was described as a recording, and transcription device that accurately takes, summarizes, and translates spoken words. Titan Note notably uses 360-degree, noise-canceling microphones to filter out the background noise and improve the accuracy of the text. The device’s transcriptions only have a few seconds of delay, and the error rate is similar to what the human error rate is for speech. Jansson previously stated:
“We think Titan Note is a groundbreaking product, not just for students, but for almost anyone. Titan Note can be of use to doctors, lawyers, writers, musicians and more. It can also be a very helpful device for someone suffering from a condition that makes it difficult for them to physically take notes or focus. Titan Note isn’t a recorder and it isn’t just for quick thoughts. It can record entire lectures and speeches. It’s one of the most advanced of its kind.”
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