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bling-falcon-1b-0.1 is part of the BLING ("Best Little Instruction-following No-GPU-required") model series, instruct trained on top of a falcon-rw-1b base model.

BLING models are fine-tuned with distilled high-quality custom instruct datasets, targeted at a specific subset of instruct tasks with the objective of providing a high-quality Instruct model that is 'inference-ready' on a CPU laptop even without using any advanced quantization optimizations.

Benchmark Tests

Evaluated against the benchmark test: RAG-Instruct-Benchmark-Tester
Average of 2 Test Runs with 1 point for correct answer, 0.5 point for partial correct or blank / NF, 0.0 points for incorrect, and -1 points for hallucinations.

--Accuracy Score: 89.0 correct out of 100
--Not Found Classification: 57.5%
--Boolean: 57.5%
--Math/Logic: 25%
--Complex Questions (1-5): 1 (Low)
--Summarization Quality (1-5): 3 (Coherent, extractive)
--Hallucinations: No hallucinations observed in test runs.

Please note that these scoring results have been updated from the original (upward), as we corrected a small bug in the original test inference script for this model.
The corrected test results are in the files repo, and have been generated with the test scripts in the repo.

For test run results (and good indicator of target use cases), please see the files ("core_rag_test" and "answer_sheet" in this repo).

Model Description

  • Developed by: llmware
  • Model type: GPTNeoX instruct-trained decoder
  • Language(s) (NLP): English
  • License: Apache 2.0
  • Finetuned from model [optional]: tiiuae/falcon-rw-1b

Uses

The intended use of BLING models is two-fold:

  1. Provide high-quality Instruct models that can run on a laptop for local testing. We have found it extremely useful when building a proof-of-concept, or working with sensitive enterprise data that must be closely guarded, especially in RAG use cases.

  2. Push the state of the art for smaller Instruct-following models in the sub-7B parameter range, especially 1B-3B, as single-purpose automation tools for specific tasks through targeted fine-tuning datasets and focused "instruction" tasks.

Direct Use

BLING is designed for enterprise automation use cases, especially in knowledge-intensive industries, such as financial services, legal and regulatory industries with complex information sources. Rather than try to be "all things to all people," BLING models try to focus on a narrower set of Instructions more suitable to a ~1B parameter GPT model.

BLING is ideal for rapid prototyping, testing, and the ability to perform an end-to-end workflow locally on a laptop without having to send sensitive information over an Internet-based API.

The first BLING models have been trained for common RAG scenarios, specifically: question-answering, key-value extraction, and basic summarization as the core instruction types without the need for a lot of complex instruction verbiage - provide a text passage context, ask questions, and get clear fact-based responses.

Bias, Risks, and Limitations

Any model can provide inaccurate or incomplete information, and should be used in conjunction with appropriate safeguards and fact-checking mechanisms.

How to Get Started with the Model

The fastest way to get started with BLING is through direct import in transformers:

from transformers import AutoTokenizer, AutoModelForCausalLM  
tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained("llmware/bling-falcon-1b-0.1")  
model = AutoModelForCausalLM.from_pretrained("llmware/bling-falcon-1b-0.1")  

Please refer to the generation_test .py files in the Files repository, which includes 200 samples and script to test the model. The generation_test_llmware_script.py includes built-in llmware capabilities for fact-checking, as well as easy integration with document parsing and actual retrieval to swap out the test set for RAG workflow consisting of business documents.

The BLING model was fine-tuned with a simple "<human> and <bot> wrapper", so to get the best results, wrap inference entries as:

full_prompt = "\<human>\: " + my_prompt + "\n" + "\<bot>\:"

The BLING model was fine-tuned with closed-context samples, which assume generally that the prompt consists of two sub-parts:

  1. Text Passage Context, and
  2. Specific question or instruction based on the text passage

To get the best results, package "my_prompt" as follows:

my_prompt = {{text_passage}} + "\n" + {{question/instruction}}

If you are using a HuggingFace generation script:

# prepare prompt packaging used in fine-tuning process
new_prompt = "<human>: " + entries["context"] + "\n" + entries["query"] + "\n" + "<bot>:"

inputs = tokenizer(new_prompt, return_tensors="pt")  
start_of_output = len(inputs.input_ids[0])

#   temperature: set at 0.3 for consistency of output
#   max_new_tokens:  set at 100 - may prematurely stop a few of the summaries

outputs = model.generate(
        inputs.input_ids.to(device),
        eos_token_id=tokenizer.eos_token_id,
        pad_token_id=tokenizer.eos_token_id,
        do_sample=True,
        temperature=0.3,
        max_new_tokens=100,
        )

output_only = tokenizer.decode(outputs[0][start_of_output:],skip_special_tokens=True)  

Citation [optional]

This BLING model was built on top of a Falcon model base - for more information about the Falcon model, please see the paper referenced below:

@article{refinedweb, title={The {R}efined{W}eb dataset for {F}alcon {LLM}: outperforming curated corpora with web data, and web data only}, author={Guilherme Penedo and Quentin Malartic and Daniel Hesslow and Ruxandra Cojocaru and Alessandro Cappelli and Hamza Alobeidli and Baptiste Pannier and Ebtesam Almazrouei and Julien Launay}, journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2306.01116}, eprint={2306.01116}, eprinttype = {arXiv}, url={https://arxiv.org/abs/2306.01116}, year={2023} }

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