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Anthony Constantinou, B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Centre for Psychiatry
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Anthony Constantinou

Anthony's research interests focus on A.I. probabilistic techniques, primarily Bayesian networks (BNs), for prediction, risk assessment, risk management, and intelligent decision making.

Anthony has experience in applying these methods in diverse areas including economic gambling, robotics, preventive medicine, gaming and sports.

During his Ph.D with the Risk and Information Management Research Group, School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at QMUL, Anthony along with Prof. Norman Fenton and Prof. Martin Neil developed a novel Bayesian network model for forecasting football match outcomes.
The predictions were (and as of today still are) published online at pi-football.com.

This resulted in the first academic research publication to demonstrate profitability, that is consistent against the football gambling market, for future match outcomes. This research was funded by the EPSRC.

To the other extreme, as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow with the Violence Prevention Research Unit, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, Anthony currently develops Bayesian network models for risk assessment and risk management of violent recidivism with the help of domain experts.

This research is funded by the NIHR, and one of the primary purposes of this project is for a decision support system of sufficient complexity that is able to properly quantify uncertainty and improve risk management of violent re-offence through various interventions.

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