Today, video conferencing systems in pre-trial detention facilities are gradually becoming obsolete, in the future these systems should be updated — Mikhail Shalumov, Deputy Head of Department - Head of Division for Systematisation of Legislation and Analysis of Judicial Practice in Criminal Matters, Department for Systematisation of Legislation and Analysis of Judicial Practice, Supreme Court of the Russian Federation.
There are problems when we use virtual platforms, it can be difficult to produce evidence and proof. We have had legislative amendments to clarify what approach to take when dealing with electronic evidence — Albina Aubakirova, Head of the Department for Coordination of Legislative Activities of the Department of Legislation, Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
For me, the digitalization of justice today is no longer about paperwork. It is about being able to recognize faces, recognize speech, be able to fight fakes, and so on. If we look at justice as a base, it has to do, first of all, with the way a judge makes decisions. They take the evidence processed by technology and begin to evaluate it. What is offered to the judge, if it is processed by technology, does not always contain the full picture. And it is not always the fault of the developers — Yulia Kharitonova, Professor of the Department of Entrepreneurial Law, Faculty of Law, Lomonosov Moscow State University.