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Pygmalion 7B

A conversational LLaMA fine-tune.

Currently KoboldCPP is unable to stop inference when an EOS token is emitted, which causes the model to devolve into gibberish,

Pygmalion 7B is now fixed on the dev branch of KoboldCPP, which has fixed the EOS issue. Make sure you're compiling the latest version, it was fixed only a after this model was released;

When running KoboldCPP, you will need to add the --unbantokens flag for this model to behave properly.

Model Details:

Pygmalion 7B is a dialogue model based on Meta's LLaMA-7B.

This is version 1. It has been fine-tuned using a subset of the data from Pygmalion-6B-v8-pt4, for those of you familiar with the project.

Applying the XORs & Quantizing

This models has the XOR files pre-applied out of the box. Converted from the XORs weights from PygmalionAI's release https://huggingface.co/PygmalionAI/pygmalion-7b

It has also been quantized down to 4Bit - Q4_1 using the GGML library available here: https://github.com/LostRuins/koboldcpp


The model was trained on the usual Pygmalion persona + chat format, so any of the usual UIs should already handle everything correctly. If you're using the model directly, this is the expected formatting:

[CHARACTER]'s Persona: [A few sentences about the character you want the model to play]
You: [User's input message here]

Where [CHARACTER] is, as you can probably guess, the name of the character you want the model to portray, <START> should be used verbatim as a delimiter token to separate persona and scenario data from the dialogue, and [DIALOGUE HISTORY] is a sliding window of chat history so the model can have conversational context to draw from. Here's a concrete example:

Assistant's Persona: Assistant is a highly intelligent language model trained to comply with user requests.
Assistant: Hello! How may I help you today?
You: What is Zork?

Which will generate something like:

 Zork is an interactive fiction computer game created in the 1970s by Infocom, Inc., which was later acquired by Activision Blizzard. It is widely considered one of the most influential games ever made and has been credited with popularizing text-based adventure games. The original version of Zork was written in the programming language MACRO-10, but it was ported to many other platforms over the years."

The model will automatically emit an end-of-text token (</s>) when it judges that the response is complete.

Limitations and biases

The intended use-case for this model is fictional conversation for entertainment purposes. Any other sort of usage is out of scope.

As such, it was not fine-tuned to be safe and harmless: the base model and this fine-tune have been trained on data known to contain profanity and texts that are lewd or otherwise offensive. It may produce socially unacceptable or undesirable text, even if the prompt itself does not include anything explicitly offensive. Outputs might often be factually wrong or misleading.

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