The ASR service is (1) lawful, as it respects all applicable laws and regulations (e. g. software licenses of used open source components), especially it is GDPR-compliant, (2) ethical, as it pursues the ethical goal of making information from media data easily accessible in digital form to the datas' owner, (3) robust, from a technical perspective, especially as it is deployed in a "ready-to-use" Docker container, to make processing documents as simple as possible.
The ASR service allows the user to translate spoken words from an audio stream into digital text. The software itself is GDPR compliant. The audio stream is processed within a Docker container and all generated data remains on the user's local computer. However, the user must ensure that he has the authority to store and process the file, for example if it contains personal data or other sensitive, GDPR-relevant information.