Husband is currently grading final papers for college classes. He slaps them into software that detects plagiarism, then another software that picks out vocabulary level, typos, etc, and assigns a grammar score. Only then does he read it, quickly skimming over it and seeing whether there are citations on the "plagiarized" parts, if there are any, and whether he agrees with the AI score. Nine times out of ten, he does, and he uses the grammar score assigned by the AI. If someone plagiarized whole paragraphs without citations, they get an incomplete and need to do a rewrite. If someone didn't write the required number of words or pages, they get points knocked off the grammar score. It's faster than manually marking 150 papers, but still takes him about 15-20 hours of labor over the course of 2-3 days.