Applying Aristotelian Intelligence When Considering AI with Matt Palackdharry

By Kelly Barner | July 3, 2024

For all of the hopes and expectations around AI’s ability to support human decision making, it is important to acknowledge that people and companies make decisions for different kinds of reasons. According to Aristotle (384 BCE – 322 BCE), there are three persuasions: logos, pathos, and ethos. Thousands of years after his death, we are still making decisions on logic, emotion, and character, or some combination of the three.

In this episode of The Sourcing Hero podcast, Host Kelly Barner welcomes Matt Palackdharry. Matt is the Chief Strategy Officer at Apty, a digital adoption platform companies can use when working to coordinate their people, processes, and technology.


In this interview, Matt talks about how the power of AI is (and is not) changing the way we make decisions:

  • Understanding the differences between how humans and computers learn
  • Supporting human creativity and multi-factored decision making with today’s analytical capabilities
  • Ensuring that business processes keep up with the investments being made in people and technology


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