The fifth edition of Tiro is out now with 10 new articles about speech-to-text reporting. The themes of the issue include relevance in professional reporting, speech-to-text services for hard-of-hearing people, subtitles and transcripts for video lectures and introducing automatic speech-recognition in parliamentary reporting. The issue also features articles about reporting gendered prenominals, conveying different types of humour, heckles and hullaballoo in the official report, reporting a video speech of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, depicting official reports in fiction and distinguishing between denotation and connotation in professional reporting and transcription.
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