The emergence of the global pandemic has propelled the increased usage of artificial intelligence (Hereinafter referred to as ‘AI’) in the workplace. Technological advancement in the legal environment, evident in such functionalities as digitalization, blockchain, and machine learning, amongst others, have significantly affected international arbitration. The application of these technologies may promote efficiency, cost, and speed on the one hand, whilst perhaps, violating the current regulatory frameworks in international arbitration on the other. Accordingly, this research article undertakes a brief analysis of the future of international arbitration vis-à-vis the introduction of new technologies, including an evaluation of the possibility of replacing human arbitrators with AI arbitrators. Attention is paid to the public policy requirements and ethical issues that may arise therefrom.