Looking for summarization of audio of 2-hour meeting
May 6, 2020 2:26 PM

My employer is used to meetings in person, but during the CoronApocalypse has begun taking meetings in Zoom like many others. I just got through with a 2-hour (actually 1:51) meeting and my employer would like a summary -- not a transcription, but a summary -- of what was said. The idea is that they would be able to look at this summary and recall the flow of the discussion, what people were communicating at different points, we do not need word-for-word.

Challenges: (1) Recorded via a voice dictation stood up next to a laptop.
(2) 4 voices doing most of the talking, with a few others occasionally coming in. Unfortunately the main voices interrupt and try to talk over each other, which went poorly over Zoom. Fortunately the voices are distinct, and I can let you know who's who so you can label them appropriately.
(3) Some technical jargon related to construction, land/soil shifting and the law regarding buildings.

Let me know your estimate for this work, and when we reach agreement I can send you an 80MB MP3 file through Dropbox or Google Drive.

Deadline: done by this Friday evening

We also have another meeting with the same people scheduled for next week.

payscale: TBD
job type: contract
posted by The Pluto Gangsta to Admin/Office

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