In order to effectively process audio input, it is imperative that it undergoes thorough validation by multiple users. This validation process ensures that the voice input is accurate and reliable. Once the audio input is in the system, other users can then confirm, reject, or report it, depending on the quality and accuracy of the transcription. The listener’s ultimate goal is to match the spoken words to the transcription as closely as possible. If the audio input is rejected or confirmed by a certain percentage of users, typically 50%, it will either be fully rejected or uploaded to the global database for others to access. This ensures that the audio input is vetted and verified before being made available to a wider audience.