Enhance Your Speech-to-Text Experience with Our New Profanity Filter!

Safer Speech-to-Text Autopilot with Our New Profanity Filter

Aug 25, 2023 | Blog, Dashboard, How-to

Today, we’re pleased to announce the addition of profanity filters to our Automatic Caption and Translation (ACT) service. We’ve crafted a feature that gives users a safer experience with our speech-to-text technology, across many major languages.

The Benefits of the Profanity Filter

  • Safer Autopilot: Experience more respectful communication with the Profanity Filter safeguarding your automatic captions.
  • Multilingual: With the inclusion of many major languages, our Profanity Filter helps ensure respectful and inclusive multilingual interactions.

Once you activate the profanity filter in a session it will omit offensive, abusive, and profane words from appearing. This reduces the risk of offending your audience with inappropriate speech recognition.

How to Enable the Profanity Filter

Our Profanity Filter is now live and accessible to all existing subscribers at no additional cost.

Here’s how to activate it:

  1. Log in to your spf.io account.
  2. Go to your Sessions > Create Session > Options
  3. Find the option to enable the profanity filter and simply switch it on to activate the filter.
how to set profanity filter on setting

Then start your session and use spf.io as usual. It’s that simple. Read the documentation to learn more on how to use the Profanity Filter.

Try it out and let us know how you like it. We look forward to continuing to help customers safely leverage AI for multilingual accessibility.

Have a question or feedback?

Don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team.

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