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Dr. Sapna Ramani


Dr. Sapna Ramani is a seasoned academician with 15 years’ experience in the field of Human Resources Management from Pune, Maharahstra. She holds dual master’s degrees in HR and International Relations. All her early studies were done in historic town of Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh. She completed her post-graduate professional studies (MBA) from SPPU, Pune, which was followed by her Doctoral studies in Artificial Intelligence and HR Management from Amity University Madhya Pradesh.


Sapna has been an Asst Professor in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour at the reputed institute of SPPU, Pune University. Currently, she works as freelance educationist and is associated with different colleges of Pune University. Her areas of interest are Emotional Intelligence, Communication Skills, Industrial Psychology and Organisational Behaviour.


She has published several research papers in National and International conferences and Scopus-indexed journals. Her papers have received awards at various national conferences. She holds the copyright for her thesis model in her account. She was an active member of CII - Indian Women Network (IWN).


Sapna has a passion for social work in child education and underprivileged communities. She is actively associated with multiple NGOs. Recently, she was awarded for her contribution to education by Padma Shree Girish Prabhuneji (Social Activist).

Her other interest includes Swimming, Body & Mind Wellness and Listening to Hindi Music.



Artificial Intelligence contributes to cognitive skills and challenges the dominance of human cognitive power. There will always be a debate about whether AI-empowered machines will become more intelligent (and powerful) than their human creators and start controlling them. Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and many other big names in science and technology have expressed concern in the media about the risks posed by AI, joined by many leading AI researchers.


Considering the curiosity for the future of human resources and their response to artificial intelligence, this book explores the relationship between the two.

This book is a documentary on this exciting domain of the Impact of AI on Human Resources, using the reference of Indian Automotive Manufacturing sector, which is going to battle on different fronts, with AI taking over most human-intensive tasks ranging from hazardous processes to more mundane activities of assembly & dispatch.

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