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.
Verizon Announces Resources for Female Small Business Owners on International Women’s Day
The carrier also teamed with Morning Consult on a survey of women in the workforce.
How a Genealogy Site Used Deepfake Tech and Old Family Photos to Create a Viral App
While deepfakes have made headlines for their potential for fake news and other nefarious uses, brands have also increasingly turned to them as a creative tool in ads.
Ikea Created an Augmented Reality ‘Escape Room’ on Snapchat
The campaign comes as AR is becoming more important than ever for retailers.
Nestlé’s AI-Powered Virtual Human Is Here to Answer Your Cookie-Baking Questions
The amazingly lifelike CGI avatar is named Ruth.
Why iRobot Still Considers Itself a Challenger Brand After 30 Years
The company wants to maintain an upstart mindset.
Fry’s Electronics Abruptly Shuts Down After 35 Years in Business
The company blamed retail industry changes and pandemic challenges.
Why Amazon Is Turning to Crowdsourcing to Decide Which Smart Gadgets to Produce
The company has a new Kickstarter-like program called Built It.
Road to Challenger Brands: How Vrbo Plans to Bounce Back From the Pandemic
Short-term rentals have already seen a quicker rebound than the rest of the travel industry.
New Spatial Audio System Allows Low-Vision Tennis Fans to Better Follow Australian Open
Tennis Australia and AKQA developed the system in partnership with Monash University.
Road to Challenger Brands: How iRobot Is Adapting to a Rise in Home Cleaning Amid Covid-19
Big investments in R&D ensure its robot vacuums and mops stay on the cutting edge.