Oterlu secured SEK 3 million in a funding round backed by Icebreaker, Chalmers Ventures and angel investor Björn Jeffery.

Finland Sweden Investments 22 October 2020
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Oterlu, a Gothenburg, Sweden-based developer of a machine learning-based software tool used to detect harrasment within online communities, announced that it secured capital funding of SEK 3M ($340k).

The money was raised from investors from Finland and Sweden, including Icebreaker, Chalmers Ventures and angel investor Björn Jeffery.

Oterlu, founded in 2019 by CEO Alexander Gee, Ludvig Gee and Sebastian Nabrink, developed a software solution that is able to  automatically detect harassment behaviour in an online social interaction. The technology used NLP to fully understand the intent of someone and can be implemented within a game, forum or a chat feature.