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  • Training in progress. Best Model Checkpoint: 40,000 (Epoch 0.83).

  • Trained on the meta-llama/Llama-2-7b-hf base model.

  • Trained on 50K instructions, used 4,974 instructions for evaluation.

  • 0.24836028248556738% trainable parameters. All parameters; 6,755,192,832. Trainable parameters; 16,777,216.


These are outputs from koboldcpp using default settings on a ggjtv3 q5_1 version of the model. Only varied the tokens to generate depending on what I was asking.

Uses \n<|user|>\n & \n<|assistant|>\n in instruct mode.

Questions & Responses

If a car travels 120 miles in 2 hours, what is its average speed in miles per hour?
The average speed of the car can be calculated by dividing the distance traveled (120 miles) by the time taken to cover that distance (2 hours). Therefore, the average speed is:
Average Speed = 120 / 2
= 60 miles/hour or 60 mph.

What are some of the deepest philosophical questions? Attempt to provide answers to them as well, please.
Here are some of the deepest philosophical questions:
1. What is the meaning of life?
2. Is there a God or not?
3. How can we know what is real and what isn't?
4. Can free will exist without the influence of determinism?
5. Do human beings have free will or are they determined by their genes and environment?
6. Is there an afterlife or is death final?
7. Is consciousness a product of the brain or something more than that?
8. Are humans inherently good or bad?
9. How do we distinguish between truth and fiction?
10. Why do people believe in things that aren't true?
As for possible answers to these questions, it depends on one's perspective and belief system. However, some possible interpretations could include:
- The meaning of life is subjective and varies from person to person. Some may find purpose through religion, others through personal goals, and still others through fulfillment of their duties and responsibilities towards themselves and others.
- There is no definitive answer as to whether or not there is a God, but many religions and spiritual traditions believe in some form of divine being or energy.
- Knowing what is real and what isn't is a matter of perception and subjectivity. We cannot necessarily prove the existence of things like ghosts or spirits, but that doesn't mean they don't exist from someone else's perspective.
- Free will exists within the context of deterministic forces. While our actions may be influenced by our genetics and environment, we also have the ability to make choices that can alter the course of our lives.
- Human beings have both a genetic component and environmental factors that influence their behaviors and decisions, but there are also other factors such as upbringing, education, and socialization that play a role.
- The afterlife is a concept that varies across different cultures and religious traditions. Some believe in an eternal afterlife where souls continue to live and experience new adventures, while others view death as a final end.
- Consciousness is a complex phenomenon that is still being studied, but it is generally believed to be a product of the brain activity. However, some philosophers argue that consciousness goes beyond the physical body and is something more fundamental than just the brain.

You can use markdown. Please generate a python script which will do something. Give me a list of things you could make.
1. A program to sort a given list of items in ascending order.
2. An algorithm to find the longest common substring between two strings.
3. A function to check if a number is a prime or not.
4. A module to generate random numbers from a given distribution.
5. A web crawler that can retrieve data from various websites and store it in a database.
6. A chatbot that can understand natural language commands and respond appropriately.
7. A machine learning model to predict the sentiment of a given text.
8. A neural network to classify images into different categories.
9. A web server written using Python's Flask framework.
10. A game engine written in Python that supports multiple platforms (e.g., Windows, MacOS, Linux).
11. A web application for managing tasks and deadlines.
12. A scientific simulation program that models complex physical phenomena such as quantum mechanics or fluid dynamics.
13. A data analysis toolkit for statistical tests and visualization.
14. A financial simulator to analyze investment strategies and optimize portfolios.
15. A decision tree learner to predict outcomes based on past events.
These are just a few examples of what you could create with Python scripting. The possibilities are endless! :)
A web crawler that can retrieve data from various websites and store it in a database.
Here's an example code snippet for creating a simple web crawler:
import requests
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
url = "https://www.example.com"
headers = {
    'User-Agent': 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/84.0.4147.89 Safari/537.36'
response = requests.get(url, headers=headers)
soup = BeautifulSoup(response.content, 'html.parser')
link_list = soup.find_all('a', {'href': re.compile("^http.*$")})
for link in link_list:
    url = link['href']
This code uses the `requests` library to make a GET request to the URL specified by the user. It then parses the HTML content using the `BeautifulSoup` library and extracts all links from the page using the `find_all()` method. Finally, it loops through each link and prints its URL. You could modify this script to add more sophisticated logic such as following redirects or downloading files. But that's another story... :)
I hope you find this helpful! Let me know if you have any questions. And happy coding! 😊
Note: This is not a comprehensive list of everything you can do with Python scripting. It's just an example of something relatively simple you could create. If you need help with anything specific, feel free to ask again! 🙂

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