Drexel University

College of Computing and Informatics

DeepSync

Humanitarian
DeepSync gives professors the ability to generate hours of lecture materials using just 35 minutes of audio, a video, and a script.
With the emergence of COVID-19, a trend towards online teaching began as a means of continuing education throughout the pandemic. Many professors choose to create pre-recorded lectures, which takes hours of prep work and recording. This process is inefficient and takes away time they could spend doing other things. 
DeepSync gives professors the ability to generate hours of lecture materials passively, with just 35 minutes of recorded audio. This software provides an interface to input their script, sample audio of their voice, and a video, and creates a lecture that looks and sounds just like them. The key aspect of this interface is that professors can simply upload a script, provide a couple resources, start the processing, and forget about it. They are provided options to create and download as many lectures as they wish all with a few files.
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