Helping students learn more effectively thanks to AI
“We’re creating human-like speech that’s convincing, inexpensive and rapid to produce.”
DeepZen is using IBM Watson® natural language processing, coupled with Power Systems infrastructure to turn text into spoken-word audio that expresses emotion without the need for a voice actor or recording studio. This breakthrough innovation empowers the massive community of people who are visually impaired, dyslexic, or simply enjoy listening to recorded speech, and creates a whole new world of learning for attention-impaired students and others.
Making hard work just a little easier
“Carhartt estimates savings of around $1.1 million based on the reduced operational costs delivered by the IBM Power Systems infrastructure.”
Carhartt is one of America’s leading workwear brands, and their community of hard working consumers are eager to check out the deals on their catalog-driven website on Cyber Monday. When workloads increase above expectations, the team is able to spin up a new virtual application server to keep pace with the traffic volumes, ensuring the best possible customer experience. With Power Systems as the foundation, Carhartt has created a sustainable digital environment that can scale up to meet the rapid expansion and peak seasonal workloads.
Identifying and nourishing greater staff and customer experiences
“Our new applications powered by IBM have truly sparked a cultural change within the company.”
To maintain a competitive edge in an era of market disruption and rapid technological evolution, computer services provider Computer Merchants focused on providing the best experience for their customers. Thanks to two new tools powered by the IBM i operating system, running on IBM Power Systems, the company has not only driven business growth by launching into more markets, but also enabled their own staff to dedicate more time to business-critical activities, creating a greater sense of satisfaction for their entire community.