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LoRA LLaMA Natural Instructions

LlaMA Natural Instructions

This model is a fine-tuned version of llama-13b from Meta, on the Natural Instructions dataset from AllenAI, using the LoRA training technique.

⚠️ This model is for Research purpose only (See the license)

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pip install loralib bitsandbytes datasets git+https://github.com/huggingface/peft.git git+https://github.com/huggingface/transformers.git sentencepiece

Format of the input

The input should be a string of text with the following format:

prompt_template = {
    "prompt": "### Instruction:\n{instruction}\n\n### Input:\n{input}\n\n### Response:\n",
    "response": "### Response:"    

def generate_prompt(
    definition: str,
    inputs: str,
    targets: Union[None, str] = None,
) -> str:
    """Generate a prompt from instruction and input."""
    res = prompt_template["prompt"].format(
        instruction=definition, input=inputs

    if targets:
        res = f"{res}{targets}"

    return res

def get_response(output: str) -> str:
    """Get the response from the output."""
    return output.split(prompt_template["response"])[1].strip()

Feel free to use these utility functions to generate the prompt and to extract the response from the model output.

  • definition is the instruction describing the task. It's generally a single sentence explaining the expected output and the reasoning steps to follow.
  • inputs is the input to the task. It can be a single sentence or a paragraph. It's the context used by the model to generate the response to the task.
  • targets is the expected output of the task. It's used for training the model. It's not required for inference.


You can load the model using only the adapters or load the full model with the adapters and the weights.

The tokenizer

from transformers import LlamaTokenizer

tokenizer = LlamaTokenizer.from_pretrained("wordcab/llama-natural-instructions-13b")
tokenizer.padding_side = "left"
tokenizer.pad_token_id = (0)

Load the model with the adapters

from peft import PeftModel
from transformers import LlamaForCausalLM

model = LlamaForCausalLM.from_pretrained(
model = PeftModel.from_pretrained(
    device_map={"": 0},

Load the full model

model = LlamaForCausalLM.from_pretrained(

Evaluation mode

Don't forget to put the model in evaluation mode. And if you are using PyTorch v2.0 or higher don't forget to call the compile method.

if torch.__version__ >= "2":
    model = torch.compile(model)

Generate the response

prompt = generate_prompt(
    "In this task, you have to analyze the full sentences and do reasoning and quick maths to find the correct answer.",
    f"You are now a superbowl star. You are the quarterback of the team. Your team is down by 3 points. You are in the last 2 minutes of the game. The other team has a score of 28. What is the score of your team?",
inputs = tokenizer(prompt, return_tensors="pt", padding=True, truncation=True, max_length=2048)
input_ids = inputs["input_ids"].to(model.device)

generation_config = GenerationConfig(

with torch.no_grad():
    gen_outputs = model.generate(

s = gen_outputs.sequences[0]
output = tokenizer.decode(s, skip_special_tokens=True)
response = prompter.get_response(output)
>>> 25

You can try with other prompts that are not maths related as well! :hugs:


We benchmarked our model on the following tasks: BoolQ, PIQA, WinoGrande, OpenBookQA.

BoolQ PIQA WinoGrande OpenBookQA Precision Inference time (s)
Original LLaMA 7B 76.5 79.8 70.1 57.2 fp32 3 seconds
Original LLaMA 13B 78.1 80.1 73 56.4 fp32 >5 seconds
LoRA LLaMA 7B 63.9 51.3 48.9 31.4 8bit 0.65 seconds
LoRA LLaMA 13B 70 63.93 51.6 50.4 8bit 1.2 seconds

Link to the 7B model: wordcab/llama-natural-instructions-7b

Overall our LoRA model is less performant than the original model from Meta, if we compare the results from the original paper.

The performance degradation is due to the fact we load the model in 8bit and we use the adapters from the LoRA training. Thanks to the 8bit quantization, the model is 4 times faster than the original model and the results are still decent.

Some complex tasks like WinoGrande and OpenBookQA are more difficult to solve with the adapters.

Training Hardware

This model was trained on a GCP instance with 16x NVIDIA A100 40GB GPUs.

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Dataset used to train wordcab/llama-natural-instructions-13b