The metavselnaya is still not ready for virtual weddings and trial
since the legislative framework surrounding the metavselnaya, rather gray, experts do not yet see the possibility of using this technology to solve legal issues.
As the Global Web3 ecosystem continues to develop with a stunning pace, various scenarios of use associated with this niche are developing. The amazing new event was that the senior Minister of the Government Singapore recently noted that legal marriage, judicial disputes and public services can be carried out one fine day using Metaverse platforms. Speaking with program speech at Singapore Techlaw Fest 2022 at the end of last month, the second Minister of Law of the country Edwin Tong said that he would not be surprised if in the future such intimate events as a solemn marriage, as well as judicial disputes, can occur on Metaverce, adding : "It is possible that, in addition to registering marriages, other public services can soon be obtained online via Metaverse. There is no reason why the same thing cannot be done for legal services. Pandemia has already shown to us that even dispute resolution is once considered physical, requiring great effort the process [...] - can be carried out online. " Expressing his position, Tong used a hypothetical example of a dispute associated with an accident at the construction site, which, in his opinion, can be considered in a 3D environment using augmented reality technology, which will better imagine this accident. “You can place yourself in a real tunnel or oil storage to look at the dispute,” he added. Such a hybrid prospect, Tong believes, can make the process of resolving disputes extremely convenient and effective for governments throughout the planet.
can digital proceedings become the norm?
according to Joseph Collente, the main legal adviser of the cryptocurrency exchange and developer of Bitcoin.com wallets. , the dematerialization of public services requiring personal presence is the following, the most consistent step for states around the world, especially as the world goes from analog era to a digital era. He added: "At present, approximately one third of the legal agreements around the world are signed in electronic form. Therefore, it is not surprising that modern countries, such as Singapore, are accepted by such comprehensive technologies as Metaverse, for public services. The same should be said and the same should be said Some civil court cases, which are still being considered with great delays due to unreasonable cases. While justice is postponed, the parties involved are often forced to suffer. " Alexander Firsov, the chief specialist in Web3.0 in the Sensorium - the Metaverse platform managed by A.I., is held by a similar opinion in an interview with Cointelegraph, which is designed to overcome the gap between the real world and digital experience, it is quite logical that it is quite logical that Metaverse will once turn into an environment where litigation can take place. In his opinion, through the use of immersive technologies, virtual trials will not be very different from real events. In fact, in his opinion, the use of photorealistic avatars can give the process that degree of humanization and presence, which cannot be achieved on online samples. Finally, Firsov noted that the system of justice around the world, as you know, is slow and expensive, and Metaverse can help solve this problem of inefficiency, adding: Metavlees can have a positive impact on the work of law enforcement agencies and other legal entities in issues such as cooperation, maintaining records and data transfer, since it is able to improve important processes through the use of new technologies such as blockchain. ”
Не все разделяют эту идею
Дмитрий Михайлов, ученый в области А.И., эксперт ООН и доцент Национального университета Сингапура, рассказал Cointelegraph, что первая проблема при разговоре о цифровом судопроизводстве - это законодательство, основанное на интеллектуальной собственности ( IS), since geographical boundaries do not affect proceedings in the metavselnaya, at least for now. He explained: "When you get a patent, it is valid only in a certain territory. In the meta -combat, it will be used by people around the world. People can accidentally violate the laws using a patent in the metavselnoye, which is outside the zone of its legalization. This is where the relevant authorities should determine who should determine who It belongs to IP and under the jurisdiction of which court it falls. ” The second question, in his opinion, concerns data collection and ownership of them. This is due to the fact that leading technological conglomerates have long abused their customers, and therefore it is important that the rules regarding the storage and use of legal data in Metaverse are developed before the trials begin on it. The collender believes that the physical hall of the court has features that cannot be reproduced in Metaverse. For exampleP, the cross interrogation of the witness in the presence of the jury in order to undermine his trust is an important strategy in some matters. Even when using modern video conferences, some important signals and details of interrogation of a witness can be missed by jurors. He added: "It is not clear to me whether the metavsaid to conduct trials is ready. There remains uncertainty regarding the possibility of enforcing court decisions made on Metaverse in countries that are members of the Hague Convention, but which have not yet issued any instructions or laws regarding these virtual processes" . In addition, Mikhailov noted that the issue of copyright is very relevant in this regard, since it protects digital works in many countries. He explained that at present companies such as Google are very promptly taking copyright protection measures and block any sites that violate their rights. "The copyright covers more than 100 countries, and it is very close to the model that Metaverse should use. But it is not yet applied, and so far there have been no such precedents," he added. Are the masses ready to accept the trials on the meta -free making? Mattanus Erder, assistant to the main legal adviser of Orbs, providing a public blockchain infrastructure, said Cointelegraph that the question is currently whether people are ready to believe in the reality of what is happening on Metaverse, especially from a legal point of view. In his opinion, most people are quite torn from reality in which they can see trials that decide the future of a person, adding: "I think that we have some time before these things become a reality. However, the more people live in their lives in the meta -combatant, the closer we will approach the mental shift. There are a number of elements that need additional development, before What will become possible with the real existence of such types of basic social institutions. ” According to Erder, the situation discussed here is a situation that is usually engaged in almost exclusively governments. Therefore, it makes sense to the masses not to run ahead, thinking that any of these changes will occur in the near future. He believes that legal systems have clear preferences when it comes to the desire for the physical presence of all participants in the trial, adding: "Most people believe that the presence in the same room with someone, for example, with a witness, a look in his eyes, manner of behavior, etc. are important for assessing his reliability." Democratic countries provide the accused with the right to directly withstand witnesses and evidence against them, and the parties in the trial have the right to confront each other and the judge/jury. " And, finally, the key factor determining how people and governments will accept the trials and marriages based on the meta -freeness is their definition of reality. Erder believes that as the metavselnaya becomes an integral part of people's lives, what is happening in it will begin to have a meaning for them. “The metavselnaya will become the microcosm of human society, where there will be a natural need for things such as resolving disputes,” he concluded.
The future looks "ready for Metaverse
The Government of South Korea has recently announced that it is actively taking steps to strengthen its ambitions in the field of Metaverse, allocating $ 177 million from its treasury. The country seeks to develop a platform for its citizens, providing access to a wide range of public services in completely digital form. Back in July, Condense, engaged in the Metaverse infrastructure, closed the sowing round of funding to continue the development of 3D broadcast technology on the air. The technology underlying the company's digital sentence uses "advanced computer vision, machine learning and its own streaming infrastructure for capturing and embedding 3D video (Video 3.0)". In the near future, the company hopes to broadcast this unique living video into various games and mobile Metaverse applications, as well as other platforms created using Unity or Unreal Engine. Earlier this year, the metavselnaya decentraLand belonged to the honor of the world's first wedding in the meta -combat combat, which was attended by more than 2,000 guests. The solemn ceremony was held by the Law Firm Rose Law Group.