Court uses audio recognition to improve review efficiency

The Guangzhou Intermediate Court said on Sept 12 that it has introduced a voice recognition system to enable collegiate paperless case deliberations.

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    The court of the Qianhai Cooperation Zone in Shenzhen released a whitepaper on its work to serve and guarantee the zone development on August 31.

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    The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPPIT) and the committee of China (Tianjin) Pilot Free Trade Zone signed a memorandum of cooperation on August 24.

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