Inma Martinez



Inma Martínez, speaker, conferencias, keynote, AI

Fortune and TIME have defined Inma as one of the best talents in human digital behaviour and FastCompany has labelled her a “firestarter” for her cutting edge work in innovation ranging in IoT and digital media.

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Inma Martinez is a recognized scientist in I.A., and a technological pioneer in the innovation and digitalization sectors for more than 20 years. Fortune and TIME magazines have defined Inma Martínez as one of the greatest talents in digital human behavior, and in 2018 Inma ranked first in the ranking of “The 10 Women Changing The Data Panorama” according to the American industry magazine and Enterprise 360 technology, and among the 50 figures to follow on Twitter on the subject of artificial intelligence by the research agency on Cognilitic Artificial Intelligence.

She is a Venture Partner at Deep Science Ventures, the UK’s first deep-tech accelerator for science-driven companies, and a technology advisor to both governments (European Union and the British Government) and global corporations in matters of digitalisation, A.I. and Automation and Big Data governance and development.

She 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. At Imperial College Business School in London, Inma is a guest lecturer at the MSc Management program, the MSc in Economics and the MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy.

Inma Martínez has recently been appointed Member of the Advisory Council of the Government of Spain in Artificial Intelligence, an advisory body led by Vice President Nadia Calviño and Secretary of State Carme Artigas that provides independent advice and recommendations on the measures to be adopted to guarantee a safe and ethical use of AI.


In addition, Inma Martínez is the author of “The Fifth Industrial Revolution” DEUSTO (2019), a book on the industrial marketing of the space industry developed after collaborating on projects with the European Space Agency.


Inma’s most requested keynotes focus on the digital acceleration affecting Life, Work and Play, and how businesses should reorganise within to leverage from this transformational forces and be more innovative. In addition, she often presents new approaches to emerging sectors such as IoT, Smart Cities and Artificial Intelligence deployed to create products and services.

Inma’s delivery is inclusive: she explains in simple ways the intricacy of A.I., robotics, chatbots, and other topics that tend to confuse audiences. Inma Martinez brings forth historical data, statistics, names and numbers. A plethora of concrete case studies always backs up her statements and proves that not only she is a real scientist that works in real projects but she is also an accurate researcher of the truth, of the real scenarios, of the specifics.

Inma Martinez has spoken to big audience conference of up to 2,000 attendees, as well as broadcasted to other territories and countries conferences (BNP Paribas Middle East and Africa, a total of 19 countries in live stream from Bahrain) and private corporate events.

The transformative forces of digitalization and Artificial Intelligence in Society and business.

Big Data, Iot and AR, VR, SR, Cloud, ChatBots and Robotics technologies, Smart Cities.

The new superhumans: how humanity will evolve from IQ to EQ (emotional intelligence) in a world of intelligent machines.

Digital Government: how to achieve greater efficiency, responsiveness, and transparency.

How to match the expectations that citizens have, based on their experiences of private sector companies.

Start-up: a bold journey into an intangible world.

The Future of the Automotive Industry: The Disruptive Forces of AI, Data Analytics, and Digitization.

Nothing defined the 20th century more than the evolution of the car industry. The 2020 decade will see the automotive industry leap forward beyond simply moving people geographically toward a new purpose: to become a services industry. This book takes readers on a journey where cars will evolve towards becoming “computers on wheels."

The automotive industry is one of the sectors most profoundly changed by digitalization and the 21st century energy needs. You'll explore the shifting paradigms and how cars today represent a new interpretation of what driving should be and what cars should offer. This book presents exciting case studies on how artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics are used to design future cars, predict car efficiency, ensure safety and simulate engineering dynamics for its design, as well as a new arena for IoT and human data. It opens a window into the origins of cars becoming software-run machines, first to run internal diagnostics, and then to become machines connected to other external machines via Bluetooth, to finally the Internet via 5G.

From transportation to solving people’s problems, The Future of the Automotive Industry is less about the technology itself, but more about the outcomes of technology in the future, and the transformative power it has over a much beloved item: cars.

The Future of the Automotive Industry: The Disruptive Forces of AI, Data Analytics, and Digitization.

The Fifth Industrial Revolution.

Inma Martinez, technology pioneer and ESA collaborator on their “Space for Inspiration” endeavours, presents an innovative view on the space industry as a new infrastructure for economic growth and why we are taking our civilisation towards outer space territories. Covering topics such as why humans are fundamentally explorers and neotenic thinkers – defined by a wild, borderless curiosity, Martinez makes an exciting account of the evolution of the space industry from a political weapon of influence towards an arena for private sector competitiveness and the splendour of humanity’s quest for life.

This book is an homage not just to the people who have built this sixty-year old industry, with untold stories about each of the leading agencies, but a revelatory thesis on why thoroughbred entrepreneurs such as Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Sir Richard Branson have put their money and efforts towards the commercialisation of space transport and telecommunications and young entrepreneurs are creating startups that are revolutionising space with new activities such as Moon mining, space transport, logistics, pharma and medicine in space, 4D printing, and are creating new business models to leverage from Earth observation satellites and nanotechnologies. The main aim of this book is to demystify space’s closed-garden secrecy, and reveal its value as a catalyst for human progress and a new civilisation across the galaxy.

The Fifth Industrial Revolution.