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2 Feb 2016 • 4 Minute Read
Graham Smith-Bernal is a British entrepreneur and inventor who left school at 16, became a court stenographer by 18, and ended up completely transforming how court cases are recorded and reported.
And now the 57-year-old has invented another piece of tech that is set to make those previous inventions obsolete. It's pretty crazy.
Effectively, the technology turns paper documents involved in court cases into digital files — therefore speeding up the legal process and cutting down man hours, ergo costs.
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