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OCR helping the Visually Impaired

So what does Braille and OCR have in common? Braille: A system of writing or printing, devised by L. Braille for use by the blind, in which combinations of tangible dots or points are used to represent letters, characters, etc., that are read by touch. OCR: The mechanical or electronic...

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How accurate is your understanding of “accuracy”

Your first job is to start using document recognition technology, your second, is to make it as accurate as possible. Problem is, you very likely purchased technology, and assumed some level of accuracy, without even knowing. Even when document capture is a twinkle in an organization's...

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The Plague of Paperwork is Over: The New Reality of Healthcare

Healthcare has clearly lagged behind other industries in the adoption of automated digitizing solutions. That trend is quickly changing, as electronic health record (EHR) adoption is increasingly becoming a reality thanks to the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health ...

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