Patrick Kulp, AdWeek

Patrick Kulp


San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Patrick:

Burger King’s Mascot Hand-Delivers Food Through Uber Eats

The King leaves surprises at ‘several hundred’ L.A. homes as part of a promotion. → Read More

Deepfakes Are Much More Prevalent in Porn Than in Politics, Study Finds

Around 96% of actual deepfakes are pornographic, according to a report. → Read More

Samsung’s New Ad Shows Off the Versatility of Its Phones in the Hands of Diverse Creators

The spot is part of a campaign celebrating the 10th anniversary of the first Samsung Galaxy phone. → Read More

Chatbots Can Make as Many Sales as Humans

But there’s an ethical catch to it, a new study finds. → Read More

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. → Read More

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. → Read More

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. → Read More

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. → Read More

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. → Read More

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

The NWS is reportedly facing political pressures. → Read More

As 2020 Election Nears, Twitter Bots Have Only Gotten Better at Seeming Human

USC study finds automated accounts are getting less spammy and better at engagement than in 2016. → Read More

These Devices Could Disable Machines Harming Protected Rainforest Areas

AKQA Sao Paulo’s Code of Conscience implores execs to install these chips in construction equipment. → Read More

Agencies Are Embracing AI and Making It Part of Their Workflow

Artificial intelligence, once a futuristic novelty, is finally becoming a day-to-day utility. → Read More

What Would an AI Have Named the New XFL Teams?

So long, Wildcats. Let’s cheer on the Warp Ravens and Blood Bombers. → Read More

Like ‘Talking to the Borg’: How Amazon’s Social Media Ambassadors Eerily Swarmed a Critic

The company’s reputation-boosting effort may use real employees, but that doesn’t mean it feels organic. → Read More

Q&A: Qualcomm CMO Says 5G’s Potential Is ‘Not Well-Understood’ Among Business Leaders

The next-generation wireless network will change almost every industry—and it’s already changed how the telecom equipment maker operates. → Read More

4 Takeaways as Ninja Defects From Twitch to Microsoft’s Mixer

The game-streaming superstar’s decision gives Microsoft a boost at a key moment. → Read More

Scientists Encoded a Trove of Video Game Tips Into DNA, Then Mixed It Into an Energy Drink

The Rainbow Six Siege campaign puts a real emerging tech to baffling use. → Read More

Here’s What Needs to Change to Get More Women Into Ad Tech

Misconceptions about skills continue to keep women out, according to female executives at Adweek’s NexTech Conference. → Read More

A Twitch Engineer Used Machine Learning to Generate Surreal Emoji

The project is the latest use of a novel AI creativity tool. → Read More