Anthony Constantinou teaches Bayesian Artificial Intelligence. He is an Assistant Professor and lecturer at Queen Mary University of London. Artificial intelligence analyzes the process of how decisions are made in times of uncertainty and chaos. The process often eliminates the use of common mathematical equations and methods that have proven to always work.
Often making decisions based on science means that people are taking a chance. Science is based on hypotheses and, this often means the information needed to make a decision is not available. This often leads to using information at hand leads that lead to bad decisions.
Anthony is a lecturer in machine learning and data mining. He is in charge of the Bayesian Artificial Intelligence Research Lab. He does research that is applied to sports, economics, gaming, medicine, and finance. He works with other academic leaders and industry officials from around the world.
He presents model to clients in sports industry that predict the outcomes of games using metrics. This method predicts the outcome of European football matches. In the medical field, he uses his talent to help them determine possible conditions and treatments to avoid mishaps. Anthony’s research predicts the cost of projects and the financial risks of undertaking them.
Anthony Constantinou has a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Hertfordshire in the UK and MSc in Artificial Intelligence in Robotics. He received a PhD in Bayesian Networks from the Queen Mary, University of London. He has worked as property investor and portfolio landlord, post-doctoral research assistant, consultant in rating systems and Bayesian networks and research fellow.
Mr. Constantinou is also a Turing Fellow of The Alan Turing Institute, a national institute for data science and artificial intelligence whose mission is to make huge progress in artificial intelligence and data science research so as to transform humanity in a positive way. Its headquarters are based at the British Library in London. Go Here to learn more about Anthony Constantinou.