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Corey Noles

Corey Noles is the Managing Editor of the Sales, Business Intelligence, and IT blogs on He comes to TA with more than 20 years of experience in journalism and publishing, running newsrooms, planning content, chasing beats, and hiring great writers. Throughout his career, Corey has covered all aspects of technology, including artificial intelligence, space, business tech, consumer tech, IoT, and much more. He got his start covering crime and government for a large family of newspapers. In recent months, Corey has begun taking courses in artificial intelligence, Generative AI prompt engineering, AI applications for business, AI strategy for business, machine learning, and applying artificial intelligence in python programming.

  • CRM
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Business Intelligence
  • Journalism
  • Editing
  • Interviews
  • Podcasts
  • Interactive Media Journalism
  • Newsroom Management
  • Publishing
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy from Southeast Missouri State University
  • Master of Arts in Interactive Media Journalism
  • Prompt Engineering Certificate from Vanderbilt University
  • AI for Business Certification from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania
Featured In
  • American City Business Journals
  • Innovation & Tech Today
  • Residential Tech Today
  • St. Louis Post Dispatch
  • The Daily Statesman
  • Southeast Missourian
  • Innovation & Tech Talks
  • KSDK (NBC)
  • CBSNews
  • Armchair Rockstar
  • Bleacher Report
  • Has led and been a part of multiple publishing teams that placed in state and national General Excellence.
  • Has won nearly two dozen first-place awards for news writing, feature writing, & photography.
  • Served as Editor-in-Chief over a trio of publications where my team and I developed international sister publications in native languages in both Spanish (Colombia) and China.
  • Covering large-scale trade shows around the world including CES, NAMM, E3, and more.
  • Interviewed Charlie Atkinson of Northrup Grumman, chief engineer of the James Webb Space Telescope from ideation to launch.
  • Interviewed Dr. Robert Ambrose, the chairman of robotics & artificial intelligence for Alliant Group and the former chief of software, robotics & Simulation at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Favorite Technology

This changes from time to time for me, but for the past couple of years, it’s been the James Webb Space Telescope. I’m excited to be alive at a time when we’re capable of sending a device that could up-end everything we think we know today: physics, astronomy, religion, time, etc. The potential to change what we believe to be scientific fact (as it is doing daily) isn't a tagline most technologies can boast.

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