Naz Guler

Naz Guler

Postgraduate Research Student
Sch of Info and Tech


Naz is a senior leader in PwC’s ASEANZ Consulting Practice. Naz has over 25 years’ global experience leading organisational change programs. Naz has multi sector experience, in both a consulting and executive leadership capacity, working in Financial Services, Wealth, Investment Management, Government and Manufacturing with roles in program delivery, operating model design, design thinking and large scale agile delivery.

Naz is keenly interested in the societal impact of innovations in emerging technology and in particular the intersection of ethical reasoning, philosophy, cognitive and moral psychology with information systems.

Naz is passionate about social change and impact and is a non-executive director of Youth off the Streets.

Research Area

Towards an understanding of the ethics of emerging technologies: A case study in Artificial Intelligence, algorithmic bias.

Research will focus on the societal interactions and ethical dimensions of artificial intelligence (machine learning and data driven algorithmic decision making) and what it means to be human.

Research Interests

  • Philosophy, Cognitive, Moral and Social psychology
  • Ethical reasoning
  • Decision Theory
  • Innovation Theory
  • Design Thinking
  • Education and learning
  • AI governance

Research Supervisors

  • Professor Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic
  • Professor Richard Timothy Vidgen
  • Dr Michael Cahalane