The Future of ADR and Potential Innovation that Transform that Field such as the Use of Artificial Intelligence or Blockchain Technology

  • Dipansha Agrawal
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  • Dipansha Agrawal

    Student at Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida, India

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Following the COVID 19 phase, technological advancement is becoming more. Now that it is a part of our daily lives, it makes things simpler. There are numerous things to do and it not only helps with studying but also with learning anything creative and playing games. Technology today includes robots that are made to assist us in addition to laptops, PCs, and any OTT platform. These robots assist us in a variety of ways in our daily lives as well as in our professional lives as a doctor, attorney, police officer, and other professions. Due to an increase in crimes, there are also a rising number of cases. These cases are waiting in courts, and if the people aren't given justice on time, what other options are there? Therefore, the government established the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) system to lessen the workload on the courts. The term "alternative dispute resolution" (ADR) refers to a process for resolving conflicts between the parties outside of court. This method of approach has gained increasing traction in recent years as a result of its many advantages, which include quicker resolution times, more effectiveness, lower costs, and a host of other advantages. There are various methods, including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and others. Everyone uses technology in modern life, and thanks to the quick development of machines and technology, we are already employing AI for our own purposes. In this article, we discussed alternative dispute resolution, its various processes, what artificial intelligence and blockchain technology are, and the current online dispute resolution session that takes place following the Covid-19 phase. We also investigate whether blockchain technology and AI may be applied to ADR processes. And how well does the ADR session work with this technology (AI and Blockchain Technology)?




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 4, Page 726 - 731


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