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Who Is Anthony Constantinou?

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Anthony Constantinou is an assistant professor at Queen Mary University of London. There he serves as a lecturer and head of Bayesian Artificial Intelligence. He is also a professor in machine learning and data mining. Anthony Constantinou has a visible presence online via social media outlets including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

By utilizing these outlets, Anthony Constantinou advocates and shares information within his field. For example, on his social media outlets, there are postings for Postdoctoral Research Associate positions, a PhD Studentship in Bayesian Artificial Intelligence, along with updates and news within the IT field that involve Machine Learning.

In 1999, Anthony Constantinou graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a MSc in Artificial Intelligence with Robotics. Additionally, in 2012, Anthony Constantinou completed his PhD in Bayesian Networks at Queen Mary University of London, where he is also currently employed. During Constantinou’s Post-Doctoral Research fellowship, his works included working on risk assessments and management in forensic psychiatry at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry and working on Bayesian network technology at the School of EECS.

Constantinou has been appointed as Turing Fellow within multiple organizations such as EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) and Turing. Additionally, he is Editor of PLos ONE- a publication of peer-reviewed science.

Constantinou has also contributed to and wrote many research articles and publications. Although he has a notable presence within the technology field, his research also includes additional areas such as sports, economics, medicine, finance and gaming.


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