Dr. Marcin Rządeczka is an academic explorer often found blurring discipline boundaries. His research journey encompasses computational psychiatry, evolutionary psychology, and the philosophical nuances of the mind. At the forefront of his curiosity is the role of AI in mental health, aiming to demystify disorders like autism, schizophrenia, and bipolarity. His writings delve into AI ethics and the transformative impact of technology on the understanding of expertise. As an Assistant Professor in Cognitive Science at UMCS in Lublin, he guides budding thinkers and lead The Laboratory for Multimodal Research. He also wears the hat of Deputy Director at the Philosophy Institute UMCS. Currently, his focus as a Postdoctoral Researcher at IDEAS NCBR centers on computational models in psychiatry and AI’s biases in mental healthcare. Science, for him, is a continual voyage of revelations.