Patrick Kulp is an emerging tech reporter at Adweek. He covers creative innovation, artificial intelligence and the future of 5G, which culminated in a cover story on AT&T and Verizon's strategic plans for 5G. Patrick holds degrees in economics and political science from UC Santa Barbara. He previously worked as a business reporter for Mashable.
CMOs Are Thinking Differently About Keeping Top Talent Around in a Post-Covid World
CMOs are facing a much different set of considerations when it comes to attracting talent than they were more than a year ago.
More Than Half of Consumers Say the Pandemic Has Made AR More Important to Them
A new study from Deloitte and Snap looks at how covid accelerated the tech.
Marketers Embrace AI for Content Creation and Creative Inspiration
Startups and agencies are curbing its more eccentric tendencies.
Snap’s Chief Business Officer Discusses Why AR Is the Future of Marketing
The tech has seen a surge of popularity in the retail space.
This Startup Is Launching a New AI Media Lab to Create Human Avatars For Brands
The AI Foundation is partnering with 2 creative studios on the project.
BMW Projected AI-Generated Art Onto Its Cars for New Campaign
The campaign is the latest example of agencies making use of a nascent type of creative AI.
GE and Verizon Team Up to Test New Industrial Uses for 5G
The partnership will span projects across healthcare, energy and aviation.
Adobe Streamlines Marketing Offerings With New Customer Journey Tool
The software giant's product allows marketers to customize to each consumer's purchase path.
The Noid Returns to Sabotage Self-Driving Pizza Deliveries in New Domino’s Ad
The retro villain will also appear in a new Crash Bandicoot mobile game.
Affirm to Buy Returnly for $300 Million as Ecommerce Returns Spike During the Pandemic
The deal comes as buy-now-pay-later companies are seeing major growth.