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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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How Experts Are Attempting to Combat Artificial Intelligence’s Racist Tendencies

Artificial Intelligence

Researchers and activists say a more comprehensive, democratic approach to AI development is needed.

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AI Is More Likely to Misidentify Women’s Masks

Artificial Intelligence

A Wunderman Thompson data scientist found that computer vision was often fooled.

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Preroll PSA Ads Ask Viewers Not to Skip Over Homeless People

Creativity

The campaign makes clever use of YouTube's 'Skip Ad' button.

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Researchers Rank Deepfakes as the Biggest Crime Threat Posed by AI

Artificial Intelligence

A new UCL study sheds a light on the use of artificial intelligence in a variety of crimes.

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Ryan Reynolds Will Hire and Financially Support Marginalized Trainees to Work on His Next Film

Diversity & Inclusion

The actor's new Group Effort Initiative is focused on opportunities for BIPOC creatives.

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Verizon Will Stream NBA Games in VR Through League Partnership

Digital

Verizon-owned Ryot will produce the broadcasts throughout the NBA Restart.

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We Asked Today’s Most Advanced Storytelling AI to Co-Write a Story About Itself

Artificial Intelligence

AI Dungeon shows the power of GPT-3, the next generation of content automation.

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This Browser Extension Uses AI to Narrate Articles With Natural-Sounding Speech

Artificial Intelligence

Podcastle wants to offer podcasters access to realistic-sounding AI narration.

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Square Parlays Its Small Business Aid Initiative Into a National TV and Radio Campaign

Adapting to Crisis

The payment platform is highlighting 6 out of thousands of small businesses it had featured on social this year.