Anthony Constantinou And AI Research


Anthony C. Constantinou is a Lecturer/Assistant Professor at Queen Mary University of London. He is also the Head of Bayesian Artificial Intelligence. Bayesian Artificial Intelligence for causal discovery and the intelligent decision making under uncertainty from it are his research interests. Anthony Constantinou applies his research to fields including gaming, sports, finance, economics and medicine by working with organizations worldwide.

Mr. Constantinou attended the University of Hertfordshire, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (Specialized in Artificial Intelligence), and a Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence with Robotics. He then went on to receive his Doctor of Philosophy, Bayesian networks for prediction, risk assessment and decision making from Queen Mary University of London. Anthony Constantinou moved from a Phd researcher to a Teaching Assistant. Then on to a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Currently, he is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) and Head of the Bayesian AI Lab.

Before attending university, Mr. Constantinou was a soldier in the Greek Cypriot National Guard. After University, he interned at AgenaRisk in London. Later he returned to AgenaRisk to work as a Decision Science consultant. He currently freelances as a consultant in Rating Systems and Bayesian Networks.

Anthony Constantinou has written numerous articles for several notable publications. Some of his recent achievements would include such things as a published piece in the Significance magazine entitled, “Things to Know About Bayesian Networks.”

He has also received many Awards and Honors. These include SET for Britain 2016 Research Exhibition, and Award of Distinction for M.Sc, among others. He is endorsed by Dr. Nargis Pauran, Daniel Polani, Miguel Martinez and several of his colleagues at Queen Mary University of London. Find More Information Here.


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