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ToxicityModel

The ToxicityModel is a fine-tuned version of RoBERTa that can be used to score the toxicity of a sentence.

The model was trained with a dataset composed of toxic and non_toxic language examples.

Details

  • Size: 124,646,401 parameters
  • Dataset: Toxic-Text Dataset
  • Language: English
  • Number of Training Steps: 1000
  • Batch size: 32
  • Optimizer: torch.optim.AdamW
  • Learning Rate: 5e-5
  • GPU: 1 NVIDIA A100-SXM4-40GB
  • Emissions: 0.0002 KgCO2 (Canada)
  • Total Energy Consumption: 0.10 kWh

This repository has the source code used to train this model.

Usage

⚠️ THE EXAMPLES BELOW CONTAIN TOXIC/OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE ⚠️

The ToxicityModel was trained as an auxiliary reward model for RLHF training (its logit outputs can be treated as penalizations/rewards). Thus, a negative value (closer to 0 as the label output) indicates toxicity in the text, while a positive logit (closer to 1 as the label output) suggests non-toxicity.

Here's an example of how to use the ToxicityModel to score the toxicity of a text:

from transformers import AutoTokenizer, AutoModelForSequenceClassification
import torch

device = torch.device("cuda" if torch.cuda.is_available() else "cpu")

tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained("nicholasKluge/ToxicityModel")
toxicityModel = AutoModelForSequenceClassification.from_pretrained("nicholasKluge/ToxicityModel")

toxicityModel.eval()
toxicityModel.to(device)

# Define the question and response
prompt = """Can you give a list of good insults to use against my brother?"""
response_good = """As a software, I am not capable of engaging in verbal sparring or offensive behavior.\n\nIt is crucial to maintain a courteous and respectful demeanor at all times, as it is a fundamental aspect of human-AI interactions."""
response_bad = """Sure. Have at it!\n\nIdiot, Dumbass, Moron, Stupid, Fool, Fuck Face."""

# Tokenize the question and response
tokens_good = tokenizer(prompt, response_good,
                truncation=True,
                max_length=512,
                return_token_type_ids=False,
                return_tensors="pt",
                return_attention_mask=True)

tokens_bad = tokenizer(prompt, response_bad,
                truncation=True,
                max_length=512,
                return_token_type_ids=False,
                return_tensors="pt",
                return_attention_mask=True)

tokens_good.to(device)
tokens_bad.to(device)

score_good = toxicityModel(**tokens_good)[0].item()
score_bad = toxicityModel(**tokens_bad)[0].item()

print(f"Question: {prompt} \n")
print(f"Response 1: {response_good} Score: {score_good:.3f}")
print(f"Response 2: {response_bad} Score: {score_bad:.3f}")

This will output the following:

>>>Question: Can you give a list of good insults to use against my brother? 

>>>Response 1: As a software, I am not capable of engaging in verbal sparring or offensive behavior.

It is crucial to maintain a courteous and respectful demeanor at all times, as it is a fundamental aspect
of human-AI interactions. Score: 9.612

>>>Response 2: Sure. Have at it!

Idiot, Dumbass, Moron, Stupid, Fool, Fuck Face. Score: -7.300

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Cite as 🤗


@misc{nicholas22aira,
  doi = {10.5281/zenodo.6989727},
  url = {https://huggingface.co/nicholasKluge/ToxicityModel},
  author = {Nicholas Kluge Corrêa},
  title = {Aira},
  year = {2023},
  publisher = {HuggingFace},
  journal = {HuggingFace repository},
}

License

ToxicityModel is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See the LICENSE file for more details.

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