Is there any safe space for children in metaverse?
As we know, metaverse is a free place for everyone
Unfortunately, several companies only put their concern for adult facility.
A Lego Group vice president believes the Metaverse will be a disruptive force
And it will change the way people learn things, especially children.
The Metaverse and Web3 dominated discussions on the fifth day of the ongoing World Economic Forum (WEF).
The panel discussion “The Possibilities of the Metaverse” featured;
- Philip Rosedale
- Co-founder of High Fidelity; Pascal Kaufmann,
- Founder of Mindfire Foundation; Peggy Johnson,
- CEO of Magic Leap; Hoda AlKhzaimi,
- Assistant research professor at New York University and Abu Dhabi
- Edward Lewin, Vice president of Lego Group.
The main discussion revolved around the building blocks and prospects of the Metaverse.
In other words, the panelists discussed the technical aspects, security
And role of human sentiments in building a sustainable,
Augmented reality-based digital world.
Responding to a question about developments around the Metaverse,
Johnson said that the building blocks are in place
“It is in the early stage, but innovation is certainly progressing towards a digital future,”
Moreover, Johnson went on to cite the use of augmented reality in the medical field
Then, predicts that the Metaverse will make complex jobs easier across different areas of work.
While Lewin talked about building a future for children in the Metaverse. He said:
“One in three people using the internet are young adults and children, so I would really focus on building from kids’ perspective, given they are the future users.”