Inma Martinez is considered by FORTUNE and TIME as one of the world's leading digital media strategists....
Inma Martinez is an engaged figure in the entrepreneurial, innovation and digitalisation sectors. She is an industry recognised Artificial Intelligence and digital visionary that pioneered 1:1 personalisation in the early days of the mobile Internet, Martinez has been credited to be part of the original development teams behind Wireless Access Protocol (WAP), mobile music and video streaming, wearable technologies, “widgets” – the precursors to mobile apps, and the “connected car” and smart cities development. She is an inspirational keynote speaker on the effects of A.I. and Automation, Man-Machine Collaborations and the accelerated digitalisation of life, work and play.
Both governments and private corporations seek her advisory on how to address the digital challenges - Inma Martinez is currently an advisor to the board at the All Parliamentary Party Group on A.I. at the House of Lords, and has provided evidence at the EU Commission on A.I. and the misuse of citizen data in light of new GDPR policies. In parallel, Martinez continues to commit her time to education at Imperial College London where she is is a guest lecturer at the MSc Management program, the MSc in Economics and the MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy, and to the mentorship of innovative technologies at Deep Science Ventures, a venture-focused science institute where audacious entrepreneurial scientists explore solutions to world’s challenges.
Fortune and TIME have described Inma Martinez as one of Europe’s top talents in social engagement through technology, and FastCompany labelled her a “firestarter”. She has appeared in the international media as a tech commentator and written articles for a variety of media outlets. In 2018 she was listed at #1 amongst “The Top 10 Women Changing The Landscape Of Data In 2018” by Enterprise Management 360 and one of the top “50 A.I. Influencers To Follow On Twitter” by Cognilytica, an A.I. and Cognitive Sciences Research agency.