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Is this really a good solution? My biggest concern is more psychological than technical. If the error rate of interpretation is too high, then it obviously won't reduce the effort. However, if the error rate is low, then the errors are much more likely to be overlooked.

The enemy of good may be perfect, but it seems that the closer to (without being) perfect the interpreter, the worse the outcome for the patient.




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