Computer technology is one of the fastest growing industry, currently, due to the incorporation of computers in almost every human activity. This has brought about a huge tide of young information technology entrepreneurs that is sweeping through the world quite fast. It doesn’t matter what field you are in, there is an application for it.
Unlike most of these young developers and entrepreneurs who have dropped out of school or taken academic leaves to pursue their ventures, Anthony Constantinou has embraced education, skills, and research in his approach to information technology entrepreneurship. Constantinou may be called the jack of all trades when it comes to the field of artificial intelligence since he holds a handful of titles and responsible for a number of things.
In Bayesian artificial intelligence, the former soldier of the Greek Cyprian guard is very well versed and collaborates with other industries and academics in applying his research and expertise. Dr. Anthony Constantinou’s research is mainly focused on sports, gaming, gambling, finance, and medicine.
His curiosity and ambitiousness have led him to unlock the door to discovery, science, and history. Bayesian networks are used to develop and understand various ways of decision making. Using this, Constantinou was able to develop “Dolores”, a gambling model used to better the odds of the gambler in football. He also used this to develop the pirating system used for similar purposes.
Being bilingual, his first language was Greek but he also very fluent in English, the head of Bayesian artificial intelligence lab in Queen Mary University has a very good vantage point. Greek is necessary for terms of history, symbols within the computer language and discovery while English is good for communication and in the development of the system. As a consultant in Bayesian networks and rating systems, C. Constantinou has been involved directly or indirectly with a number of organizations outside betting and sports like Agena Ltd, UK.
His publication “Bayesian Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Under Uncertainty” won him an honor for the Principal Investigator on EPSRC Fellowship project. Constantinou finished second in the international special issue competition Machine learning for soccer. His PhD. thesis was nominated for the CPHC/BCS Distinguished Dissertations, He was awarded Distinction for M.Sc. and earned a full EPSRC Ph.D. Scholarship and funding.
The thirty-four-year-old has set the bars quite high for computer and information technology entrepreneurs by acquiring so many titles at such a young age. He is a lecturer in machine learning and data mining as well as the head of Bayesian artificial intelligence research lab principal investigator among other titles. Read This Article to learn more.
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