I have been using Otter.ai for conferences , events and meetings and it’s proved to be a useful tool. Especially in the meeting where on Google Meet combined with captions it says who is speaking and gives the hearing impaired user who is speaking in real-time.
Is it 100% accurate? The answer is no, but it is getting close. I am sure in time we will have more accurate ai. At the moment it doesn’t replace the stenotypist. But if human help is not available this is a stand in for those with hearing impairment.
Otter live notes records the meeting and gives a transcript with audio. Unfortunately, not the google aspect of telling who is speaking in a group call. Nevertheless useful. It’s just whether it’s worth £21.00 a month($30) .