a.i & blockchain

supreme court used blockchain tech for remote education

The supreme court of the philippines led by example, digitizing its case library, allowing remote hearings and utilizing new technologies for mandatory continuing legal education (mcle) courses. e-payment solution to be used for judiciary e-payments. legal practice has had to embrace technology amid the coronavirus pandemic. lawrence lopez, of the law school, spoke at a webinar about the use of the technology in recordkeeping. the event was part of a four-part webinar series hosted by apptitude.

apptitude, a technology company, has created a new system to verify the identity and attendance of participants at online mcle courses. apptitude uses blockchain technology to prevent tampering of information and the circulation of fraudulent copies. It uses the technology of the “blockchain” to verify attendees before, during, and after the event. apptitude was founded by marcelino “mars” veloso III, founder and ceo.

the supreme court of the philippines has been piloting remote hearings via videoconference since 2020. after nine days of implementation, there was a 125% increase in daily releases of persons deprived of liberty. remote hearings continue to be used for health and safety purposes.

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