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Slate Desktop - Personalized Machine Translation Engine





We are delighted to let you know that Slate Desktop for Windows - the Personalized Translation Engine™ - is now available.

You may know that late last year we ran a successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. Fifty translation professionals backed us on the promise of a world first, a Windows translation engine that learns the user’s style and protects client confidentiality.

Over the years we’ve seen steady growth in trust of automatic translation among professional translators. It’s clear the time is right for a native Windows desktop productivity solution.

Afterall, a large group of translators and agencies use Windows and must abide by confidentiality agreements that prohibit entrusting works to the cloud.

Now, professionals without specialty skills have total control over how they serve their customers’ specific professional needs, be they medical, legal, financial, manufacturing or technology subject matter.

The best way to find out whether Slate Desktop for Windows is for you is to take a 30-day trial. If you are not satisfied for any reason, you uninstall Slate Desktop, we verify your license was deactivated and refund your purchase price.
Learn about Slate Desktop at: Slate Desktop – Personalized Translation Engine
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Re: Slate Desktop - Personalized Machine Translation Engine
« Reply #1 on: 19 Apr, 2016, 15:57:57 »
Slate Desktop for Windows now connects with memoQ!

With the recent update to memoQ Slate Desktop connector is now available for translators to access their personalized translation engine™ running on their desktop – directly from within their own memoQ workspace.

Slate Desktop is a unique and easy application suite for translators and translation teams. It runs on Microsoft Windows desktops where translators convert translation memories into advanced translation engines that produce translation suggestions tailored to their writing styles.

Slate Desktop is based on the world's leading Moses statistical translation toolkit and is the only automatic translation solution to take this state-of-the-art machine translation technology out of the cloud and onto Windows desktops where translators can control it.

memoQ is a leading computer assisted translation tool with a large and loyal user base developed by Kilgray Translation Technologies. Precision Translation Tools Pte Ltd, developers of Slate Desktop, worked with Kilgray’s team to fulfil memoQ customers' demands to seamlessly connect to Slate Desktop.

This connector integration means that memoQ users can use their familiar memoQ workbench to improve Slate Desktop’s suggestions.

Slate Desktop is available for memoQ build 124 or higher. To use this functionality, make sure this build is installed on your computer. If you want to download the build, visit the memoQ download page.
 
“I am happy that we have released the Slate Desktop connector ahead of schedule. memoQ users have been asking for this connectivity. It’s always gratifying to support our users in their wishes to benefit from new technologies, while still working within the comfort of the trusted memoQ environment.”
István Lengyel, CEO, Kilgray Translation Technologies

“Slate Desktop helps translators deliver high-quality translations but that’s only the beginning. By working in memoQ, their chosen environment with suggestions in their writing style, memoQ users work faster with less stress. That’s exciting! Thank you, István, for sharing this vision.”
Tom Hoar, Founder and CEO, Precision Translation Tools