Portrait of Pablo Martínez


He holds a Degree in Urban Architecture (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2006), specialised in data science and spatial analysis. 

He has more than 15 years’ work experience in the field of urban assessment and in the creation of digital tools to improve data-driven decision-making in public policy. He is co-founder, with Mar Santamaria Varas, of 300.000 Km/s, an urban think tank based in Barcelona, which explores the potential of big data and new computing paradigms to improve urban analysis, strategic planning and decision-making.

Portrait: © Gunnar Knechtel

Articles by Pablo Martínez Díez

The impacts of artificial intelligenceLet the city make us uneasy

The polarisation and segregation fuelled by algorithms may end up shaping the city. AI feeds off itself and, as if it were an infinite mirror, it insists on showing us what it...

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