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Is Crowd Sourced Information Reliable?
Crowd sourced information is reliable.
Multiple participants are able to fact check each other’s arguments.
The collective wisdom and intellect of a group can compensate for individual bias.
An individual’s reputation can be used to provide context and weight to their contributions.
The accuracy of information can be continually improved as the number of participants increases.
It is easy to fool others into believing information is reliable and accurate.
If anyone can participate in discussion then the system can be gamed.
Bad actors can sabotage the discussion and skew the results.
Reputation and trust are necessary to provide context which becomes more difficult as the number of participants increases.
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