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.
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