The first of your links is about METAL hose used in industrial applications, not the kind of SS braided hose that you use in houses. The residential use hoses are plastic hoses that have the metal braiding as a protection from external physical damage, ie rodents chewing on it, sharp objects cutting it, etc. The plastic hose inside is not necessarily reinforced with fibers like the ones without the SS braiding, so if the braiding corrodes and is gone, you increase the risk of the plastic hose "blowing out" if there is a pressure spike. But at the same time, the risk of a pressure spike in modern homes is very very low. I wouldn't get overly concerned about it.
The second link goes to an article that needs to be downloaded, but from the synopsis they seem to be discussing the risks of the CONNECTORS deteriorating.