I managed to record my recent presentation at the Australian Association for Forensic Sciences and have edited it into a short video for you. At 34 mins, it packs in a lot of new experimental results and case studies.
On 16 May 2018, I gave a presentation at the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Academy of Forensic Science. I was honoured to be introduced by Justice John Champion, formerly Director of Public Prosecutions in Victoria, recently appointed as a judge in the Victoria Supreme Court, and Chairman of AAFS Victoria.
This is the video (53 minutes) of the keynote speech I gave on 4 July at the IAFL conference in Melbourne.
It is intended for a forensic linguistics audience, and, as mentioned in the first minute, it goes rapidly through some established background about forensic transcription and translation, in order to bring together some key points for discussion about what is needed in order to ensure reliable transcription and translation of forensic audio used as evidence in court. If you are not in the target audience, you are of course welcome to new this video, but you might find one of the other videos or readings available on this site gives you a better introduction.