Crowdsourced articles are better than single-author efforts. Peter discusses the statement through a clear example:
researchers at Carnegie Mellon Univeristy claim, after proving single articles can be written by dozens of people with no discernible drop in quality or accuracy.
The crowd doesn't care for your craft anymore. It can do it better and it can do it cheaper.
Journalists need to be aware that crowdsourcing is slowly changing the phase of journalism and in other forms of writing.