San Diego Union Tribune: San Diego startup rolling out software that flags toxic workplace emails and DMs

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CommSafe AI, a San Diego startup whose software identifies toxic language in workplace emails and chat apps, has raised a new tranche of venture capital, bringing total financial backing to $4 million over the past year.

Co-founded by retired Navy SEAL Ty Smith, CommSafe uses algorithms to flag inappropriate communications in near real time — before a situation escalates.

Read the full article for the San Diego Union Tribune.

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