In the interview, Vorontsova was introduced as Deputy Dean of Sciences at the Faculty of Basic Medicine of Moscow State University. Lomonosov, a member of the Presidium of the Russian Society for the Promotion of Science, and a researcher in endocrinology at the Russian Ministry of Health. Viewers were not told that she was the daughter of the President of Russia.
During the interview, Vorontsova was asked about the latest technologies in medicine. It discusses, among others: Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT, and stem cell-based therapies. It evaluates certain technologies to see if they are worth investing in. According to Vorontsova, some technologies should be used despite their high costs because “Russia is a human-centered society.” – For us, the highest value is the value of human life – says the daughter of the head of state that started the bloodiest war in Europe since World War II.
Vorontsova also answers some personal questions. In literature, Pushkin “really loves.” According to her, she could read “Eugene Onegin” several times. Among her other favorite books, Vorontsova mentioned “The Idiot” by Dostoyevsky, “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley, “Notes on the Headboard” by Japanese writer Sei Shonagon, and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley, and “Notes on the Headboard.” By Japanese writer Sei Shonagon. “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen. Vorontsova said she had read 12 volumes of Frank Herbert's Dune (“both the prequel, the sequel, and the main books”). “There are many interesting ideas, including ideological ones,” Vorontsova explained.
The president's daughter described her profession as her hobby: “In my free time, I even read scientific or medical literature.” Moreover, “it is inspired by everything beautiful, all the paintings, museums, theaters and music (classical and jazz).” “Movement is life,” Vorontsova says. According to her, she devotes “at least a few hours a week to a healthy lifestyle and exercise,” and loves surfing and skiing.
Her biggest dream as a pediatric endocrinologist is to see the day when at least some diseases can be treated, as a scientist – to know where life came from on Earth or to understand how thought is created. As a person, Vorontsova dreams that people will have the opportunity to get to know themselves and recognize themselves as a whole person, “that we all understand each other better, communicate better.”
In recent years, Putin's daughters have begun to appear in public. State TV channels sometimes cover events related to Vorontsova, and in June 2021, the Rossiya 24 TV channel published an interview with her.
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