As others have stated in their answers, the asymmetric placement of the spoke holes in the rim are normal and the wheel is fine.
More to answer this portion of your question: Note that this rim is described as "tubeless compatible" by the bicycle manufacturer, although it does not come "tubeless ready".
I have had some experience with trying to set up a similar (Giant P-SL0, circa 2015), tubeless compatible rim to run tubeless, and the asymmetric placement of the spoke holes in the bed of the rim posed problems with getting a good seal with the required tubeless rim tape, at least for me. Because one row of the spoke holes were close to where the edge of the tubeless rim tape would lie in the rim bed, it was more difficult to get it to seal enough and be durable enough to have confidence that the wheel would remain air-tight, even with sealant. In the end, I abandoned trying to get my asymmetric rim set up as tubeless and have since (for years now) have had success setting up symmetric spoked rims to run tubeless.
That was my experience, and the picture of your wheels showing how close the spoke holes are to the edge of the rim look similar to what I have. You may or may not have success in setting the wheel up tubeless, but be prepared for a struggle with the location of the spoke holes relative to the edge (you should not apply tape into the bead area of the wheel!). If you do attempt it, try it with the asymmetric rim first (only my rear rim was asymmetric - may not be the case with disc brake hubs nowadays). That way, you only invest the energy and time into the more challenging conversion first. If it works, great; proceed to the other wheel. If it doesn't, you are out less materials and time/energy.
Good luck, and if you are successful (or not), leave a comment on this answer so we all can learn.