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Patrick Kulp

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.

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AI Tool Shows How Machine Learning Could Make Video Editing More Efficient

Creativity

Runway ML is attempting to make recent advances in the tech more accessible to creatives.

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Anthony Bourdain Deepfake Controversy Points to Pitfalls of AI-Generated Content

Artificial Intelligence

As synthetic media grows more popular as a creative tool, creators must navigate new ethical ground.

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AT&T Doubles Down on AR and Cloud Gaming in Effort to Get Consumers Excited About 5G

Brand Marketing

The telecom unveiled a flurry of new tech partnerships this week.

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Videoconferencing Plans Its Next Move as Workplaces Consider Hybrid Models

Life After Lockdown

As employees battle Zoom fatigue, the role of video tools in the workplace is set to shift.

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Augmented Reality Ads See Better Reception Than Other Digital Formats

Brand Marketing

A recent study from Ericsson found that consumers are more likely to interact with mixed-reality ads.

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This Intricate AR Sculpture Warns of the Dangers of Climate Change

Creativity

Agency Droga5 and the National Wildlife Federation commissioned artist Dustin Yellin to design the interactive piece.

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Degree’s Disability-Friendly Deodorant Wins Grand Prix for Innovation at Cannes

Cannes Lions

FCB's 'Sick Beats' campaign takes silver in a category with no gold winners.

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Twitch Reveals 4 Keys to Innovation in Virtual Live Entertainment

Brand Marketing

The game streaming service has strived to perfect its formula during the pandemic.

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Google’s First Permanent Retail Space Will Feature Sleek Demo Spaces and an Event Hub

Retailing

The 5,000-square-foot New York store will focus heavily on experiential aspects.

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Cooler Screens Rolls Out to Convenience Stores and Supermarkets Nationwide

Retailing

The retail media company is moving beyond the Chicago area.