Patrick Kulp

Patrick Kulp is an emerging tech reporter for 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.

Chatbots Can Make as Many Sales as Humans

But there's an ethical catch to it, a new study finds.

Sprint Uses Chatbots to Cut Customer Service Calls by Nearly a Third

The company has overhauled its call center operations with machine learning.

An AI Created This Portrait of Hunger in America by Analyzing 1,000 People in Need

Feeding America, Leo Burnett and Ad Council aim to dispel stereotypes about food insecurity .

Brazilian Newspaper Articles Become Spotify Tracks for Ford SUV Debut

One of Brazil's largest print publications, Estadão, has created a new editorial division to produce the audio editions.

This ‘Climate Pen,’ With Ink Made From Carbon Dioxide, Was Just Given to World Leaders

A Finnish newspaper and TBWA\Helsinki hope it will help politicians keep the environment in mind.

Viral App Highlights the Insensitive Logic of a System at the Heart of the Current AI Boom

ImageNet is credited with driving artificial intelligence's current surge. But its generalizations can be crass.

HP Debuts First Personal Computer Made With Ocean-Bound Plastics

The computer giant has recycled more than 1 million pounds of plastic bottles in Haiti.

Why Weather Data Is the Hottest New Commodity for Brands and Businesses

Surprisingly deep consumer insights are powering decisions for everyone from retailers to airlines.

Will the Trump Administration Render Access to Free Weather Data a Thing of the Past?

The NWS is reportedly facing political pressures.

This Agency Negotiates Contracts for Cartoon Avatars of Celebrities

Bitmoji rival Genies' Avatar Agency is part of a growing category VCs are calling "synthetic media."