Qwen1.5-72B

Maintainer: Qwen

Total Score

55

Last updated 5/28/2024

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Model overview

Qwen1.5-72B is a series of large language models developed by Qwen, ranging in size from 0.5B to 72B parameters. Compared to the previous version of Qwen, key improvements include significant performance gains in chat models, multilingual support, and stable support for 32K context length. The models are based on the Transformer architecture with techniques like SwiGLU activation, attention QKV bias, and a mixture of sliding window and full attention. Qwen1.5-32B, Qwen1.5-72B-Chat, Qwen1.5-7B-Chat, and Qwen1.5-14B-Chat are examples of similar models in this series.

Model inputs and outputs

The Qwen1.5-72B model is a decoder-only language model that generates text based on input prompts. It has an improved tokenizer that can handle multiple natural languages and code. The model does not support direct text generation, and is instead intended for further post-training approaches like supervised finetuning, reinforcement learning from human feedback, or continued pretraining.

Inputs

  • Text prompts for the model to continue or generate content

Outputs

  • Continuation of the input text, generating novel text
  • Responses to prompts or queries

Capabilities

The Qwen1.5-72B model demonstrates strong language understanding and generation capabilities, with significant performance improvements over previous versions in tasks like open-ended dialog. It can be used to generate coherent, contextually relevant text across a wide range of domains. The model also has stable support for long-form content with context lengths up to 32K tokens.

What can I use it for?

The Qwen1.5-72B model and its variants can be used as a foundation for building various language-based AI applications, such as:

  • Conversational AI assistants
  • Content generation tools for articles, stories, or creative writing
  • Multilingual language models for translation or multilingual applications
  • Finetuning on specialized datasets for domain-specific language tasks

Things to try

Some interesting things to explore with the Qwen1.5-72B model include:

  • Applying post-training techniques like supervised finetuning, RLHF, or continued pretraining to adapt the model to specific use cases
  • Experimenting with the model's ability to handle long-form content and maintain coherence over extended context
  • Evaluating the model's performance on multilingual tasks and code-switching scenarios
  • Exploring ways to integrate the model's capabilities into real-world applications and services


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