Anthony Constantinou is an Assistant Lecturer Professor and the Bayesian Artificial Intelligence at Queen Mary, University of London. He has written and contributed to numerous papers on different aspects of Artificial Intelligence and has received numerous honors and awards over the years for his research. His current work at Queen Mary University of London has gone on for over 9 years, but his time in academia has lasted much longer.
His time in academia began in 2005 with his acceptance into the University of Hertfordshire. It was here that he received his Bachelor of Science by majoring in Computer Science with a focus on AI. Anthony Constantinou graduated in 2008. The next year he gained a Master of Science with a focus on the robotic aspect of AI. From 2009 to 2012, Mr. Constantinou enrolled at Queen Mary, University of London where he received his PhD as a doctor of Philosophy. Anthony Constantinou focused on Bayesian Networks for prediction and risk assessment and decision-making. It is here at Queen Mary, University of London where he currently works today.
Mr. Constantinou has received several honors and awards over the years, one of which was being invited to become a Programme Participant on Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science. He received a full PhD scholarship in 2009. Anthony Constantinou has further been ranked 2nd in the international special issue competition Machine Learning for Soccer just this year. His PhD thesis was nominated for CPHC/BCS Distinguished Dissertations at the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London. Visit His Page on Facebook.
Throughout all this, Mr. Constantinou has made time for relaxation. His favorite movie is The Prestige and his favorite sports team is Manchester United. For the near future, he plans to continue research at his University.
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