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bling-sheared-llama-1.3b-0.1 is part of the BLING ("Best Little Instruction-following No-GPU-required") model series, instruct trained on top of a Sheared-LLaMA-1.3B 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: 84.50 correct out of 100
--Not Found Classification: 20.0%
--Boolean: 66.25%
--Math/Logic: 9.4%
--Complex Questions (1-5): 1 (Low)
--Summarization Quality (1-5): 3 (Coherent, extractive)
--Hallucinations: No hallucinations observed in test runs.

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: Instruct-trained decoder
  • Language(s) (NLP): English
  • License: Apache 2.0
  • Finetuned from model [optional]: princeton-nlp/Sheared-LLaMA-1.3B

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-sheared-llama-1.3b-0.1")  
model = AutoModelForCausalLM.from_pretrained("llmware/bling-sheared-llama-1.3b-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)  

#   note: due to artifact of the fine-tuning, use this post-processing with HF generation 

eot = output_only.find("<|endoftext|>")
if eot > -1:
    output_only = output_only[:eot]

Citation [optional]

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

@article{xia2023sheared, title={Sheared LLaMA: Accelerating Language Model Pre-training via Structured Pruning}, author={Xia, Mengzhou and Gao, Tianyu, and Zeng Zhiyuan, and Chen Danqi}, year={2023} }

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