Qwen2-72B

Maintainer: Qwen

Total Score

104

Last updated 6/12/2024

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Model overview

The Qwen2-72B is a large-scale language model developed by Qwen, a team at Alibaba Cloud. It is part of the Qwen series of language models, which includes models ranging from 0.5 to 72 billion parameters. Compared to other open-source language models, Qwen2-72B has demonstrated strong performance across a variety of benchmarks targeting language understanding, generation, multilingual capability, coding, mathematics, and reasoning.

The model is based on the Transformer architecture and includes features like SwiGLU activation, attention QKV bias, group query attention, and an improved tokenizer that is adaptive to multiple natural languages and codes. Qwen2-72B has a large vocabulary of over 150,000 tokens, which enables efficient encoding of Chinese, English, and code data, as well as strong support for a wide range of other languages.

Similar to other models in the Qwen series, Qwen2-72B is a decoder-only language model that is not recommended for direct text generation. Instead, Qwen suggests applying techniques like supervised fine-tuning (SFT), reinforcement learning from human feedback (RLHF), or continued pretraining to further enhance the model's capabilities.

Model inputs and outputs

Inputs

  • The model takes in text input, which can be in a variety of languages including Chinese, English, and multilingual text.

Outputs

  • The model generates text output, which can be used for a variety of natural language processing tasks such as language understanding, generation, translation, and more.

Capabilities

Qwen2-72B has demonstrated strong performance on a wide range of benchmarks, including commonsense reasoning, mathematical reasoning, coding, and multilingual tasks. For example, on the MMLU (Multi-Model Language Understanding) benchmark, Qwen2-72B achieved an average score of 77.4%, outperforming other large language models like Qwen-72B and Qwen1.5-72B. The model also showed impressive performance on coding tasks like HumanEval and MBPP, as well as mathematical reasoning tasks like GSM8K and MATH.

What can I use it for?

The Qwen2-72B model can be used for a variety of natural language processing tasks, such as:

  • Text generation: While the model is not recommended for direct text generation, it can be fine-tuned or used as a base for developing more specialized language models for tasks like content creation, dialogue systems, or summarization.
  • Language understanding: The model's strong performance on benchmarks like MMLU suggests it can be useful for tasks like question answering, textual entailment, and other language understanding applications.
  • Multilingual applications: The model's broad vocabulary and support for multiple languages make it well-suited for developing multilingual applications, such as translation systems or cross-lingual information retrieval.
  • Code-related tasks: Given the model's strong performance on coding-related benchmarks, it could be leveraged for tasks like code generation, code summarization, or code understanding.

Things to try

One interesting aspect of the Qwen2-72B model is its ability to handle long-context input. The model supports a context length of up to 32,768 tokens, which is significantly longer than many other language models. This makes it well-suited for tasks that require understanding and reasoning over long passages of text, such as summarization, question answering, or document-level language modeling.

Another interesting area to explore would be the model's performance on specialized domains or tasks, such as scientific or technical writing, legal reasoning, or financial analysis. By fine-tuning the model on domain-specific data, researchers and developers may be able to unlock additional capabilities and insights.



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