Patrick Kulp

Patrick Kulp is a tech reporter for Adweek. He covers artificial intelligence and the future of 5G.

Ad Tech Execs and App Marketers Don’t Think Apple Can Sell Ads Without Data Collection

As the tech giant reportedly weighs another ad network bid, some industry figures are skeptical of the company's chances.

T-Mobile and Sprint Say They Need to Merge to Compete in 5G Race

Sprint and T-Mobile are calling on regulators to approve their merger in the interest of better 5G service—and America.

Data Analytics Professionals Weigh In on the Challenges of Bringing AI to Marketing

From bad data to talent shortages, the technology faces many hurdles.

AdBlock Plus Creator Builds Extension to Rate News Trustworthiness Using Blockchain Tech

The feature will categorize news sites with labels including 'biased,' 'satire' and 'clickbait.'

5 Tech Panels and Speakers You Shouldn’t Miss at Cannes This Year

From connected cars to VR, here's what you definitely should see.

Q&A: Author Avi Goldfarb on How AI Will Change the World—Without Sci-Fi Glamour

The book cuts through the hype with basic economics.

This Communications Firm Wants to Help Advertising Overcome Its Whiteness Problem

Bold Culture champions diversity in the industry.

Mercedes Parent Forced to Recall 238,000 Diesel Cars Over Deceptive Software

German regulators said Daimler installed 'defeat devices' to trick emission tests.

Verizon Gets a New CEO as the Race to 5G Heats Up

Current CTO Hans Vestberg will replace Lowell McAdam at the company’s helm.

Apple Moves to Block Trackers in Safari as It Reportedly Mulls an Advertising Network

The brand is quietly ramping up mobile ad offerings.