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Although interpreting has not yet benefited from technology as much as its sister field, translation, interest in developing tailor-made solutions for interpreters has risen sharply in recent years. In particular, Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) is being used as a central component of Computer-Assisted Interpreting (CAI) tools, either bundled or standalone. This study pursues three main aims: (i) to establish the most suitable ASR application for building ad hoc corpora by comparing severaldoi:10.24310/trans.2020.v0i24.7876 fatcat:wpzp4ezxfzhjrlrzm2nnsdw7mi