I’ve been doing a lot of identifications lately. It strikes me that this is the normal for iNaturalist: someone makes an observation and they guess a species, probably with computer vision, the guess is wrong a significant percentage of the time. After someone corrects the ID, the observer either agrees with whoever corrects the ID usually without any personal justification for the agreement, or they simply ignore the observation from here on out.
Has there been any discussion on trying to push the community of observers toward better identification practices?: 1) Don’t guess species unless somehow computer vision suggests a specific species is very likely to be correct, which I don’t think it can even do now (identify at an appropriate higher level), 2) withdraw your wrong ID, rather than simply agreeing with someone else’s ID, and let someone else with knowledge of the organism to confirm the id.