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Is there any technical subtle difference in these two ? Or both are same ?

Is my following interpretation correct:

Automatic Transcription: Converts the speech to text by looking the whole spoken input

ASR: Converts the speech to text by looking into word by word choices

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They are both the same. There are different algorithms to recognise speech, but essentially they all aim to identify the content of the spoken input and convert it into written text.

Automatic transcription is then done, whereas the output of more general ASR is often passed on to further processing, such as recognising entities or commands expressed in the speech.

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