Artificial Intelligence, often referred to as “AI” is intelligence exhibited by computers and machines. Artificial Intelligence began in 1956 as an intellectual pursuit, and since then the field has experienced a series of highs and lows, followed by much innovation and success. Working at the forefront of this field is Anthony Constantinou.
Anthony Constantinou is an Assistant Professor, Lecturer, and Head of Bayesian Artificial Intelligence at Queen Mary University of London, Great Britain. Constantinou has a prolific resume, before beginning his academic endeavors he served in the Cyprus National Guard. His education includes Bachelors and Masters degrees in science from the University of Hertfordshire, as well as a Ph.D in Bayesian networks from Queen Mary, University of London.
Constantinou then went to work for AgenaRisk as a Decision Scientist, providing strategic planning and investment decision making, and then as an Associate Consultant. He also works as a Freelance Consultant in Rating Systems and Bayesian Networks. From there, Constantinou has held several positions at Queen Mary University, Including a Ph.D Researcher, working with Bayesian networks for prediction, risk assessment and decision making.
He was also a Teaching Assistant in such fields as Software Risk Assessment, Software Engineering, and Procedural Programming. Constantinou then engaged in Post Doctoral Research, working on an NIHR project on Bayesian networks for risk assessment and risk management in forensic psychiatry, and then an ERC project about improving evidence-based decision making for real-world critical decision problems.
Currently, Constantinou works as Assistant Professor and Lecturer in Machine Learning and Data Mining, and Head of the Bayesian AI Lab.
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