meditron-70b

Maintainer: epfl-llm

Total Score

177

Last updated 4/28/2024

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Model overview

meditron-70b is a 70 billion parameter Large Language Model (LLM) developed by the EPFL LLM Team. It is adapted from the base Llama-2-70B model through continued pretraining on a curated medical corpus, including PubMed articles, abstracts, medical guidelines, and general domain data. This specialized pretraining allows meditron-70b to outperform Llama-2-70B, GPT-3.5, and Flan-PaLM on multiple medical reasoning tasks.

Model inputs and outputs

meditron-70b is a causal decoder-only transformer language model that takes text-only data as input and generates text as output. The model has a context length of 4,096 tokens.

Inputs

  • Text-only data

Outputs

  • Generated text

Capabilities

meditron-70b is designed to encode medical knowledge from high-quality sources. However, the model is not yet adapted to safely deliver this knowledge within professional actionable constraints. Extensive use-case alignment, testing, and validation is recommended before deploying meditron-70b in medical applications.

What can I use it for?

Potential use cases for meditron-70b may include medical exam question answering and supporting differential diagnosis, though the model should be used with caution. The EPFL LLM Team is making meditron-70b available for further testing and assessment as an AI assistant to enhance clinical decision-making and expand access to LLMs in healthcare.

Things to try

Researchers and developers are encouraged to experiment with meditron-70b to assess its capabilities and limitations in the medical domain. However, any outputs or applications should be thoroughly reviewed to ensure safety and responsible use of the model.



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