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WIPO Translate – Breaking Language Barriers with AI

WIPO Translate is an advanced machine translation tool developed by the Advanced Technology Applications Center (ATAC) team at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). With its powerful artificial intelligence capabilities, WIPO Translate enables the automated translation of patent documents, scientific articles, and various technical content.

Video: What is WIPO Translate, who's it for and why should you use it.

Key features

Languages covered

  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • English
  • Finnish
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
  • Russian.

High quality translation

WIPO Translate utilizes state-of-the-art neural machine translation models trained on vast amounts of multilingual data. As a result, it delivers high-quality translations that capture the meaning and context of the source text accurately.

Domain specific terminology

WIPO Translate can understand the complexities of patent terminology. It learned specialized vocabularies and industry-specific terminology and therefore ensures accurate translations of patent descriptions, claims, and technical content.

Confidentiality and data security

At WIPO, the privacy and security of your data are of utmost importance. WIPO Translate employs robust security measures to protect the confidentiality of documents and ensure that data remains secure throughout the translation process.


WIPO Translate is available in WIPO’s global patent database PATENTSCOPE free of charge:

  1. As a stand-alone tool to translate patent text
  2. Integrated in the result list to translate the result list of your patent searches
  3. Integrated in the different parts of patent documents such as claim, description etc.


WIPO Translate is also used by the translation services at WIPO and by WIPO Green, WIPO Lex and IP Advantage websites. National IP Offices and international organizations/companies also use WIPO Translate

WIPO welcomes requests to implement WIPO Translate in intergovernmental organizations. Contact WIPO today to learn more about the service or explore our documentation and APIs for seamless integration into your workflow. Large translation volumes are required.