Artificial Intelligence is something which is becoming something of a household talk with each passing day. Although the term has been used since decades, but scientists think that now, we’re closer than ever in making AI a reality. There’s been talks of Automated Transformation, Solving Climate Change, and Improved Elder Care etc. all through Artificial Intelligence.
But we are not here to talk about Artificial Intelligence. instead we are here to talk about the guy who is helping in making it a reality. That’s right. Anthony Constantinou, whose interests lie in Bayesian Artificial Intelligence, is a lecturer (Assistant Professor) and Head of Bayesian Artificial Intelligence at Queen Mary University of London. Anthony Constantinou began his academic career in 2005 when he attended University of Hertfordshire for a degree in Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
Constantinou specialized in Artificial Intelligence. After completing his degree, he pursued Master of Science, in 2008, with specialization in Artificial Intelligence with Robotics, from the same university and he passed with a distinction in 2009. After completing his degree in Master of Science, he went on to pursue Ph.D. from Queen Mary, University of London. He completed his Ph.D. in 2012. Visit This Page for additional information.
Now, Anthony has been teaching at Queen Mary, University of London, for the past nine years. His titles include Ph.D. researcher, Teaching Assistant, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow and most recently, Lecturer (Assistant Professor). Anthony Constantinou has been one of the editors at PLOS ONE, a platform that gives researchers a faster path to publish their work. Some the publications he has done include: ‘’Learning DAGS with Temporal Information’’, “Bayesian Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Under Certainty”, “Dolores: A model that predicts football match outcomes from all over the world”, among many others
If you are thinking these were the only achievements of Anthony Constantinou, you are wrong. Apart from his publications, because of his extraordinary work in the field of Artificial Intelligence, he also has a few honors and awards to his name. He was selected to present at SET for Britain 2016 research exhibition Mathematical Sciences Session and to the members of both Houses of Parliament at Westminster, London, UK.