I'm a trained psychologist with a keen interdisciplinary interest. Starting with molecular genetics led me to use genomics to investigate the molecular underpinnings of psychological traits. Dealing with high-throughput data from microarray and sequencing data required me to learn the data-scientist’s toolset and approach to data analysis. Those experiences together with an open data policy and large-scale cooperation in the field of genetics, which were fundamental pillars of the successes in this area of research, shaped my thinking of how psychology should advance: We need high-quality, high-throughput, automated digital phenotyping, not only to enable discoveries in disciplines dependent on psychology, but to efficiently tackle current problems like the replication crisis in our own field. This is why we turn to gamification of the psychometric toolset to achieve two key points for reliable psychological research: repeated cross cognitive-domain measurements per individual while simultaneously surveying a large pool of different individuals.