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Megan Smith is the new U.S. chief technology officer.
November 4, 2014 Former Google X executive Megan Smith started this month as the U.S. chief technology officer. She's only the third person to have the job.
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A Mexican attempt to curb bribery among traffic cops turns on the belief that women are less likely to take illicit payments from drivers. A new study suggests that this approach can work, under the right circumstances.
September 30, 2013 A new study finds that context determines whether women are more or less likely to succumb to bribery. Commentator Tania Lombrozo looks at the research and wonders what it says about a Mexican experiment aiming to reduce corruption among traffic cops.
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