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Eric Hartford's WizardLM-Uncensored-Falcon-7B GPTQ

This repo contains an experimantal GPTQ 4bit model for Eric Hartford's WizardLM-Uncensored-Falcon-7B.

It is the result of quantising to 4bit using AutoGPTQ.

Repositories available

Prompt template

Prompt format is WizardLM:

What is a falcon?  Can I keep one as a pet?
### Response:

EXPERIMENTAL

Please note this is an experimental GPTQ model. Support for it is currently quite limited.

It is also expected to be SLOW. This is currently unavoidable, but is being looked at.

AutoGPTQ

AutoGPTQ 0.2.0 is required: pip install auto-gptq

AutoGPTQ provides pre-compiled wheels for Windows and Linux, with CUDA toolkit 11.7 or 11.8.

If you are running CUDA toolkit 12.x, you will need to compile your own by following these instructions:

git clone https://github.com/PanQiWei/AutoGPTQ
cd AutoGPTQ
pip install .

These manual steps will require that you have the Nvidia CUDA toolkit installed.

text-generation-webui

There is provisional AutoGPTQ support in text-generation-webui.

This requires text-generation-webui as of commit 204731952ae59d79ea3805a425c73dd171d943c3.

So please first update text-genration-webui to the latest version.

How to download and use this model in text-generation-webui

  1. Launch text-generation-webui
  2. Click the Model tab.
  3. Untick Autoload model
  4. Under Download custom model or LoRA, enter TheBloke/WizardLM-Uncensored-Falcon-7B-GPTQ.
  5. Click Download.
  6. Wait until it says it's finished downloading.
  7. Click the Refresh icon next to Model in the top left.
  8. In the Model drop-down: choose the model you just downloaded, WizardLM-Uncensored-Falcon-7B-GPTQ.
  9. Make sure Loader is set to AutoGPTQ. This model will not work with ExLlama or GPTQ-for-LLaMa.
  10. Tick Trust Remote Code, followed by Save Settings
  11. Click Reload.
  12. Once it says it's loaded, click the Text Generation tab and enter a prompt!

Try it for free on Google Colab

Thanks to user lucianosb, here is a Google Colab notebook that can be used to try this model for free:

https://colab.research.google.com/drive/16C4H9heewOrgUMFYNhxz1AvO12yPHyEq?usp=sharing

About trust_remote_code

Please be aware that this command line argument causes Python code provided by Falcon to be executed on your machine.

This code is required at the moment because Falcon is too new to be supported by Hugging Face transformers. At some point in the future transformers will support the model natively, and then trust_remote_code will no longer be needed.

In this repo you can see two .py files - these are the files that get executed. They are copied from the base repo at Falcon-7B-Instruct.

Simple Python example code

To run this code you need to install AutoGPTQ and einops:

pip install auto-gptq
pip install einops

You can then run this example code:

import torch
from transformers import AutoTokenizer
from auto_gptq import AutoGPTQForCausalLM

# Download the model from HF and store it locally, then reference its location here:
quantized_model_dir = "/path/to/TheBloke_WizardLM-Uncensored-Falcon-7B-GPTQ"

from transformers import AutoTokenizer
tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained(quantized_model_dir, use_fast=False)

model = AutoGPTQForCausalLM.from_quantized(quantized_model_dir, device="cuda:0", use_triton=False, use_safetensors=True, torch_dtype=torch.float32, trust_remote_code=True)

prompt = "Write a story about llamas"
prompt_template = f"### Instruction: {prompt}\n### Response:"

tokens = tokenizer(prompt_template, return_tensors="pt").to("cuda:0").input_ids
output = model.generate(input_ids=tokens, max_new_tokens=100, do_sample=True, temperature=0.8)
print(tokenizer.decode(output[0]))

Provided files

gptq_model-4bit-64g.safetensors

This will work with AutoGPTQ as of commit 3cb1bf5 (3cb1bf5a6d43a06dc34c6442287965d1838303d3)

It was created with groupsize 64 to give higher inference quality, and without desc_act (act-order) to increase inference speed.

  • gptq_model-4bit-64g.safetensors
    • Works only with latest AutoGPTQ CUDA, compiled from source as of commit 3cb1bf5
      • At this time it does not work with AutoGPTQ Triton, but support will hopefully be added in time.
    • Works with text-generation-webui using --autogptq --trust_remote_code
      • At this time it does NOT work with one-click-installers
    • Does not work with any version of GPTQ-for-LLaMa
    • Parameters: Groupsize = 64. No act-order.

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Thank you to all my generous patrons and donaters!

And thank you again to a16z for their generous grant.

✨ Original model card: Eric Hartford's WizardLM-Uncensored-Falcon-7B

This is WizardLM trained on top of tiiuae/falcon-7b, with a subset of the dataset - responses that contained alignment / moralizing were removed. The intent is to train a WizardLM that doesn't have alignment built-in, so that alignment (of any sort) can be added separately with for example with a RLHF LoRA.

Shout out to the open source AI/ML community, and everyone who helped me out.

Note: An uncensored model has no guardrails. You are responsible for anything you do with the model, just as you are responsible for anything you do with any dangerous object such as a knife, gun, lighter, or car. Publishing anything this model generates is the same as publishing it yourself. You are responsible for the content you publish, and you cannot blame the model any more than you can blame the knife, gun, lighter, or car for what you do with it.

Prompt format is Wizardlm.

What is a falcon?  Can I keep one as a pet?
### Response:
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