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AISense Selected to the "GSMA 100"

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AISense, Inc. creator of Otter Voice Notes, Taking Leading Role in
GSMA Initiative to Advance Next Generation of Connectivity and Digital
Services

AISense, Inc., the company behind Otter.ai
and Otter Voice Notes, today announced that it has been named one of the
first companies in the "GSMA 100", a global innovation discovery
initiative developed by the GSMA to identify and advance the next
generation of connectivity and digital services. Comprised of the
world's most promising growth-stage companies and selected by mobile
operators and investment partners, the GSMA 100 represents operator
innovation priorities in key areas such as 5G and networking; artificial
intelligence and machine learning; consumer experience; data and
analytics; the Internet of Things; media and entertainment; and
security, among others.

"Congratulations to AISense for their selection into the GSMA 100. The
GSMA 100 is designed to identify those companies with the most
compelling use cases and innovative business models," said Ed Barker,
Head of Innovation Strategy and Partnerships, GSMA. "We look forward to
working with AISense and other GSMA 100 companies in accelerating
business development, commercial partnerships and investment with mobile
operator and key partners and, ultimately, in the deployment of
next-generation networks and digital services that will benefit billions
of subscribers around the world."

"We are proud to be selected as one of the GSMA 100," said Sam Liang,
CEO of AISense. "Otter, our web and mobile application, is changing the
way users recall lectures, presentations, meetings, and other important
voice conversations. We are excited to work with members of the GSMA to
extend the capabilities of Otter to mobile subscriber calls and online
meetings."

The GSMA 100 are nominated by GSMA operator members, ecosystem companies
and leading technology investors and primarily include growth-stage,
venture-backed companies from their portfolios, partnerships or interest
areas. Following a competitive review process, the nominations are
evaluated and narrowed to yield the final cohorts. AISense was among the
first 29 companies named to the GSMA 100; the remaining two cohorts for
the GSMA 100 will made public in February 2019 at Mobile World Congress
in Barcelona, and in June 2019 at Mobile World Congress Shanghai.

The GSMA represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, uniting
more than 750 operators with over 350 companies in the broader mobile
ecosystem. Key operators and partners contributing to the GSMA 100
include Amadeus Capital, América Móvil, AT&T Foundry, Bessemer Venture
Partners, Blumberg Capital, BT, China Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, EIT
Digital, Ericsson Ventures, Forgepoint Capital, GE Ventures, GV, IQT,
KDDI, KPN Ventures, Lumia Venture Partners, Mayfield, MTN, Orange,
Rogers Communications, Safaricom, Sony Innovation Fund, Telefónica,
Telenor Group, Telstra Ventures, Telus, the UN World Food Programme, US
Cellular, Verizon Ventures and Vodafone, among others.

For further information on the GSMA 100, visit: www.gsma.com/aboutus/gsma-100.

About AISense

AISense is organizing all important voice conversations through Otter
Voice Notes, its web and mobile application, that uses Ambient Voice
Intelligence™, a proprietary technology that gives people the power to
capture, scan, search, and share important parts of voice conversations.
The startup is based in Silicon Valley with a team of experienced Ph.Ds
and engineers from Google, Facebook, Yahoo and Nuance. Follow Otter.ai
on Twitter
and learn more at otter.ai.
Download Otter Voice Notes from the Apple
App Store
, Google
Play Store
, or on the Web at otter.ai.

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