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The Otter app uses AI and machine learning to render accurate transcripts that identify speakers, suggest keywords, and allow keyword searching. By Natalie Gagliordi for Between the Lines, ZDNet – see original article Free transcription app Otter.ai is introducing a new product that aims to bring collaborative voice transcription to
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AISense announced today it has launched Otter, the first mobile and web app that empowers users to store, search and share voice conversations the same way that they manage email or other text communications.