The four pillars of quality have shifted, he argues.
1. Credentials don't matter. What matters is that the information is suitable.
2. Correctness can be fixed in subsequent files.
3. Objectivity isn't important because people are consuming more than one piece on a subject.
4. Craftsmanship is no longer as important because the consumer will accommodate something less precise.
Elowitz isn't necessarily suggesting these four aren't evident --- just that they don't count the way they used to in measuring quality.