Anthony Constantinou is a lecturer at the Queen Mary University of London as well as the head of the Bayesian Artificial Intelligence in the Institution. Constantinou is not new in the world of business as he is the son of the Aristos Constantinou who was a well-renowned businessman. Aristos was shot on New Year’s Day in 1985, a case which has never been solved. Anthony Constantinou attests that he has had an interest in artificial intelligence for a long time and as the head of the Bayesian Research Lab he can pursue this interest.
His interest stems from the need to make intelligent decisions in instances of uncertainties and the need to discover more. He also announced on his LinkedIn profile (Click Here to check out his profile), of the full PhD studentship in Bayesian artificial Intelligence and that anyone was eligible to apply. Constantinou is glad that everyone can have the chance to learn about artificial intelligence and help in innovation and development.
Anthony Constantinou has been working as a lecturer (assistant professor) at Queen Mary University of London for close to one year now. He started in January 2017, and he lectures on Machine learning and Data Mining. Prior to becoming a lecturer he was a teaching assistant at the University for three years from October 2009 to May 2013. Some of the modules that he conducted include software engineering, software risk assessment, and procedural programming.
Anthony Constantinou was also a PhD researcher at Queen Mary University for two years, and he researched decision making, risk assessment and Bayesian network of prediction. Constantinou is indeed a treasure to the Queen Mary University of London, and his research efforts there and teaching experience has made many contributions to the faculty and the students as well. Constantinou is still a part of the University and continues to conduct research.