Patrick Kulp

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

Super Bowl LIII Ad Tracker: All About the Big Game’s 2019 Commercials

A frequently updated roster of spots

This Startup Used a Massive Crowdsourced Workforce to Create an AI Tool That Identifies Logos

Hive is rolling out a new API to better value product placement.

NBCUniversal Taps Machine Learning to Tie Ads to Relevant Moments on TV

The next time you see, say, a wedding scene on a USA network show followed by a champagne commercial, it may not be a coincidence.

Q&A: FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr Talks About Winning the Race to 5G

The agency is auctioning off the super high-frequency waves necessary for the tech.

Audio Platforms Panoply and Westwood One Look to Nielsen for Data-Backed Car Ads

A Nielsen program that provides auto sales data is adding audio partners.

Outfront Media Teams With the MoMA as It Looks to Move Beyond Advertising

The company wants to avoid outdoor ad overload with more editorial content.

RIP Oath: Division Renamed Verizon Media Group in Companywide Reorg

Verizon is dividing its operations into consumer, business and media segments.

The Digital Out-of-Home Industry Is Reaching a Programmatic Tipping Point, Execs Say

Standard-setting and better targeting were big themes at a trade conference this week.

Google Home Brings Sound Effects and Music to Disney Children’s Books

Google is teaming with Disney and Penguin Random House to add more pizzazz to bedtime stories.

AI-Generated Art Sells for Nearly Half a Million Dollars at Christie’s

It's the first auction house sale of art created by an algorithm.