AISense raises $10 million

AISense, a company working on a technology that lets users store, search, share and analyze voice conversations the same way they can with emails and text messages, has raised a $10 million Series A investment. The round was led by Horizons Ventures with participation from Draper Associates and Draper Dragon Fund, David Cheriton, and Bridgewater Associates. Bart Swanson, an advisor at Horizons Ventures, has joined the AISense board.

The company is powering transcription for the Zoom Video Communications platform, and plans to ship a consumer product in early 2018, said AISense in a statement.

AISense has raised $13 million to date.

[Image courtesy: AISense]

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