This is a selected list of press coverage about my research sorted by date:

Times Higher Education - Academics swear on Twitter 'more than expected', 11 January 2017

Business Insider - You may be stereotyped if you use these words, 17 November 2016

Quartz - Swearing on Twitter makes people presume you're less educated than you are, 17 November 2016

Tech Republic - Big Data can reveal Inaccurate Stereotypes on Twitter, 16 November 2016

Vocativ - This Algorithm Decides Cases Almost as well as a Judge, 24 October 2016

Tech Republic - AI can predict outcome of human rights trials, but should it?, 24 October 2016

Wired - AI 'lawyer' Correctly predicts outcomes of human rights trials, 24 October 2016

The Guardian - Artificial Intelligence 'judge' developed by UCL computer scientists, 23 October 2016

BBC News - AI predicts outcome of human rights cases, 23 October 2016

Business Insider - "Facial profiling" startup could be dangerously inaccurate and biased, experts warn, 12 October 2016

Penn Current - Twitter usage reveals how negative personality traits show online, 06 September 2016

New Scientist - What your social media profile photo says about your personality, 20 May 2016

The Mirror - Here's what you social media profile picture tells the world about your real personality, 20 May 2016

Penn Current - Penn Scholar Distinguish Presidential Candidates by Analyzing their Words, 24 March 2016

Scientific American - Tweets Reveal a Twitter User's Income Bracket, 17 November 2015

Washington Post - What you do on Twitter reveals how much money you make, 23 October 2015

Fast Company - Your Tweets tell data miners how much money you have, 19 October 2015

Telegraph - The words you use on Twitter predict how much you earn, 6 October 2015

The Atlantic - Researchers can tell People's Incomes from their Tweets, 6 October 2015

Quartz - Your Tweets can Reveal how much money you earn, 5 October 2015 

Fortune - How you talk on Twitter call tell the world how much money you make, 30 September 2015

UPenn News - Twitter Behavior can predict Users' Income Level, New Penn Research Shows, 28 September 2015