Patrick Kulp

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

Plexo Capital Partner Lo Toney on Why VCs Shouldn’t Treat CPG Brands Like Tech Startups

Too much cash can ultimately hamstring consumer good companies.

Disney, Nestle and Fortnite Publisher Pull YouTube Ads Following Child Predator Controversy

The spots appeared on videos that serve as a hub for pedophiles.

Automat and Google’s AdLingo Team Up on Conversational Display Ads

The deal will bring chatbots from brands like L'Oreal to millions of spots.

What Trump’s AI Executive Order Means for Businesses

It calls for more education and research without providing a plan for funding.

Sprint Sues AT&T Over ‘Deception’ of 5G Claims

Rivals are hammering AT&T for rebranding 4G LTE as '5GE.'

Spotify Bets Big on Podcasting With 2 Major Acquisitions

The company is set to buy Gimlet Media and Anchor.

Programmatic Audio Exchange DAX Inks Deal to Offer Voice-Activated Ads

The company hopes the format brings better engagement measurement to the medium.

How 5G Could Change the Sports Broadcasting and Viewing Experience

To begin with, it could boost video transmission speeds by 10 to 100 times.

ADT Taps Property Brothers for First-Ever Super Bowl Spot

The security brand says it's trying to move away from fear-based advertising.

T-Mobile’s First of 4 Super Bowl Ads Pokes Fun at Long Texters

The carrier is running one ad per quarter.