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DeepHow and SBD Featured in IndustryWeek

How DeepHow is helping manufacturers like SBD dramatically simplify the complex and costly process of creating training videos that capture trade skills and expert know-how


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Recent advances in AI, NLP (natural language processing), and computer vision are revolutionizing how knowledge is captured and propagated

Manufacturers are facing a costly and disruptive problem as some of their most experienced and knowledgeable workers are nearing retirement: as these skilled workers leave, knowledge leaves with them. Unfortunately, the pandemic is actually speeding up retirement decisions.

Across the industry, manufacturers like Stanley Black and Decker (SBD) are searching for creative ways to instruct, train, and update the next generation with the knowledge they need to succeed in an increasingly high-tech environment. The ultimate goal is to capture the expertise of outgoing workforce, gain an understanding of the tricks of their trade and know-how with hopes of transferring these invaluable skills to the next generation.


“Whereas one minute of video used to take one hour of production, AI reduces this to one minute for every ten minutes of production time,” he says. “As for learning, users can now get right to the point in the video that addresses the need at the moment. Video is the preferred mode of learning, especially for the younger generations in the workforce. Now, with AI, it becomes eminently usable and scalable.”


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IndustryWeek profiled how DeepHow is helping manufacturers like SBD dramatically simplify the complex and costly process of creating training videos that capture trade skills and expert know-how. Check out the article in the December edition of IndustryWeek.



About DeepHow
DeepHow was founded in 2018 by a team of ex-Siemens researchers and engineers who saw an unmet need to transfer knowledge in the skilled trades labor market. They developed an AI-powered, video-centric knowledge capturing and learning platform that bridges the skills gap in the manufacturing, service, and construction industries. DeepHow streamlines know-how capture using AI workflow indexing and segmentation at one-tenth the time of traditional video-editing approaches, and powers knowledge transfer with smart, how-to training videos that boost employee performance by 25%. For more information, visit www.deephow.com/.


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