Artificial Intelligence (hereinafter referred to as ‘AI’) is one of the most influential developments in recent times. Alternative Dispute Resolution (hereinafter referred to as ‘ADR’) has come to become a quintessential component of the legal system, almost akin to Judicial Components. While the object of both is to ultimately provide an amicable resolution to a given dispute and to render equitable justice, people and companies are increasingly askew towards ADR as it is more flexible, faster, in most instances more affordable, and more approachable; I.e. in a way it is inherently less mechanical and robotic. The question of the hour, or rather of this document, is whether the implementation of Artificial Intelligence in ADR is counter-intuitive to the fundamental characteristics of ADR?