He saw himself in IT, but he soon discovered that just sitting behind a computer would not be enough. So he became a dentist, but his interest in technology was very strong. Couple years later, he entered the world of 3D printing and decided to create a replica of a tooth on which dentists can practice "cleaning canals". Today, he successfully sells the models in Central Europe through his startup BioVoxel Technologies, and plans in the future to bring more training models as well as aids to clinical practice in healthcare and education.

What book or podcast have you been interested in lately?

I'm currently reading 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari..

If you could have any superpower or trait, what would it be?

The ability to relocate - not just in space, but in time. I would be able to do so much more, and also, I would also be very interested in looking into the future.

What is the biggest problem of your generation and why?

There are more problems that our generation is facing and will face. Ecology, demographics, the post-factual age and populism versus critical thinking, new technologies and their impact on humans, and many more. What probably bothers me the most and is lacking in our generation as well is doing things competently and honestly.

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