Anthony Constantinou is an assistant professor in Data Mining and Machine learning at the Queen Mary University of London. He is a native Greek speaker and has dual citizenship of Britain and Cypriot. Born on 1st July 1984, Anthony Constantinou attended Cisco Networking Academy and was awarded a certificate in CNNA Exploration in 2008. Later on, in 2009, he obtained an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science degree from the University Of London, UK.
In 2012, he obtained his certificate in Graphical Probabilistic Models and Artificial Intelligence. He also has a bachelor’s degree in Computer science and a Masters degree in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Hertfordshire. After extensive research and publications, he was awarded a Ph.D. in Bayesian Network in 2012 from the University of London. See This Page for more information.
Anthony started his career as a soldier in the Greek National guard between 2002 and 2004 and later served as Web developer up to 2008. In 2009, he served as a Ph.D. researcher at Queen Mary University and worked as a teaching assistant up to 2013 in the same university.
From 2015 to date, Anthony Constantinou serves as property Investor and a consultant in the ratings of the Bayesian Network system. Currently, Anthony Constantinou works in the school of EECS at the University of London, and as the leader of the research, Laboratory that deals with Bayesian Artificial Intelligence.
Anthony Constantinou has been honored and has won Awards in his career including being the second best in the Machine learning Journal and being recognized as the Principal Investigator of the Bayesian Artificial Intelligence that helps in making decisions for uncertain events. This year, Anthony Constantinou was appointed by Allan Turing Institution as a Turing Fellow.
Among the works done by Anthony Constantinou is the latest research he has done on Pi-football where it utilizes the Bayesian model in predicting the outcome of a Football match. His publication “Bayesian Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making under Uncertainty” won him an honor for the Principal Investigator on EPSRC Fellowship project. Constantinou finished second in the international special issue competition Machine learning for soccer.
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