L3M chief data scientist and ex-Google program architect.
Responsible for the way L3M uses and handles the data that’s at the heart of our operation, Grant has nearly 30 years’ experience in the tech sector and specialises in helping tech start-ups go from conception to product launch.
He spent nine years at Google as technology program architect, developing influential products such as Google Maps and the Android operating system. Before that he was chief technology officer at Tower Software, taking the firm from start-up in 1995 to its 2006 sale to HP for $100m.
Now he applies his knowledge of technology, with particular emphasis on wearables, data management and AI, to mentoring start-ups across the globe. He’s also a guest lecturer in computer science at the University of Cambridge.
“The potential for L3M’s technology is huge, and has the ability to appeal to everyone who’s ever thought about changing their lives”