Hungary has given countless brilliant minds to the world, from authors and actors to world-renowned scientists. The unparalleled achievements of Hungarians hold up to this day. Read below to find out more about some amazing people.
The editorial staff of Forbes Hungary collected and voted on the top thirty Hungarians with up-and-coming careers. From sportsmen to young entrepreneurs, these people all have one thing in common: they are all under the age of thirty. Thus, the ranking got the title of “30/30”. We will not be able to cover every one of them, so only the most notable personalities will appear on our list. However, if you are interested in the complete ranking, you may read more on Forbes Hungary.
Formed in 2020, this tech genius group is made up of Kristóf Szabó (28), Zoltán Kovács (24), and Dominik Kovács (24). From inventing software that detects AI-generated deepfake videos, they have come a long way, shifting their focus to developing their very own deepfake media – but in an ethical way. Visit their website here.
Their application aims to help companies boost social media engagement, create training videos, marketing and sales material, and much more.
Alda Magyari (21) is an Olimpic bronze medalist water polo goalkeeper with humble beginnings. After one of her teammates in the Budapest Honvéd Sport Associaton suffered an injury, Alda had to replace her. She performed exceptionally well and asked her coach to keep her in the position of goalkeeper.
With her incredible talent, she won a silver medal in the Euro League and a bronze medal in the Tokyo Olympics.
In 2021, she was awarded Player of the Year in Hungary’s female division, and in 2022, she won the championship title with the help of the UVSE water polo club.
Viktória Radványi (26), the president of Budapest Pride, fought for years for the equal rights of the LGTBQ+ community in Hungary.
Responsible for organising fundraisers, media communications, and public relations, Viktória proved herself to be a worthy winner of the MTV European Music Awards’ “Generation Change” title, catching the whole world’s attention at the same time.
Apart from her work at Budapest Pride, Viktória has been continuously supporting women in the music industry, aiding bands that had at least one female member.
Misi Boros (19) is a diligent young man and a superb pianist. Since the age of four, Misi has practised strenuously on the piano, seven to eight hours a day. His hard work has certainly paid off, as at the age of eleven, he was accepted to the class of extraordinary talents at the Liszt Ferenc University of Music.
At age thirteen, he debuted at the Lincoln Centre, New York, and won the Junior Prima award. From that point on, he has performed around the world: from London, Paris, and Milan to Stockholm, Tokyo, and Beijing, Misi had the chance to present his awe-inspiring artistry to the masses.