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Retrieve as you generate with FLARE

This notebook is an implementation of Forward-Looking Active REtrieval augmented generation (FLARE).

Please see the original repo here.

The basic idea is:

  • Start answering a question
  • If you start generating tokens the model is uncertain about, look up relevant documents
  • Use those documents to continue generating
  • Repeat until finished

There is a lot of cool detail in how the lookup of relevant documents is done. Basically, the tokens that model is uncertain about are highlighted, and then an LLM is called to generate a question that would lead to that answer. For example, if the generated text is Joe Biden went to Harvard, and the tokens the model was uncertain about was Harvard, then a good generated question would be where did Joe Biden go to college. This generated question is then used in a retrieval step to fetch relevant documents.

In order to set up this chain, we will need three things:

  • An LLM to generate the answer
  • An LLM to generate hypothetical questions to use in retrieval
  • A retriever to use to look up answers for

The LLM that we use to generate the answer needs to return logprobs so we can identify uncertain tokens. For that reason, we HIGHLY recommend that you use the OpenAI wrapper (NB: not the ChatOpenAI wrapper, as that does not return logprobs).

The LLM we use to generate hypothetical questions to use in retrieval can be anything. In this notebook we will use ChatOpenAI because it is fast and cheap.

The retriever can be anything. In this notebook we will use SERPER search engine, because it is cheap.

Other important parameters to understand:

  • max_generation_len: The maximum number of tokens to generate before stopping to check if any are uncertain
  • min_prob: Any tokens generated with probability below this will be considered uncertain

Imports

import os

os.environ["SERPER_API_KEY"] = ""os.environ["OPENAI_API_KEY"] = ""
import re

import numpy as np

from langchain.schema import BaseRetriever
from langchain.callbacks.manager import (
AsyncCallbackManagerForRetrieverRun,
CallbackManagerForRetrieverRun,
)
from langchain.utilities import GoogleSerperAPIWrapper
from langchain.embeddings import OpenAIEmbeddings
from langchain.chat_models import ChatOpenAI
from langchain.llms import OpenAI
from langchain.schema import Document
from typing import Any, List

Retriever

class SerperSearchRetriever(BaseRetriever):
search: GoogleSerperAPIWrapper = None

def _get_relevant_documents(
self, query: str, *, run_manager: CallbackManagerForRetrieverRun, **kwargs: Any
) -> List[Document]:
return [Document(page_content=self.search.run(query))]

async def _aget_relevant_documents(
self,
query: str,
*,
run_manager: AsyncCallbackManagerForRetrieverRun,
**kwargs: Any,
) -> List[Document]:
raise NotImplementedError()


retriever = SerperSearchRetriever(search=GoogleSerperAPIWrapper())

FLARE Chain

# We set this so we can see what exactly is going on
import langchain

langchain.verbose = True
from langchain.chains import FlareChain

flare = FlareChain.from_llm(
ChatOpenAI(temperature=0),
retriever=retriever,
max_generation_len=164,
min_prob=0.3,
)

API Reference:

query = "explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi"
flare.run(query)
    

> Entering new FlareChain chain...
Current Response:
Prompt after formatting:
Respond to the user message using any relevant context. If context is provided, you should ground your answer in that context. Once you're done responding return FINISHED.

>>> CONTEXT:
>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> RESPONSE:


> Entering new QuestionGeneratorChain chain...
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:
The Langchain Framework is a decentralized platform for natural language processing (NLP) applications. It uses a blockchain-based distributed ledger to store and process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing. The Langchain Framework also provides a set of tools and services to help developers create and deploy NLP applications.

Baby AGI, on the other hand, is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) platform. It uses a combination of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create an AI system that can learn and adapt to new tasks. Baby AGI is designed to be a general-purpose AI system that can be used for a variety of applications, including natural language processing.

In summary, the Langchain Framework is a platform for NLP applications, while Baby AGI is an AI system designed for

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " decentralized platform for natural language processing" is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:
The Langchain Framework is a decentralized platform for natural language processing (NLP) applications. It uses a blockchain-based distributed ledger to store and process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing. The Langchain Framework also provides a set of tools and services to help developers create and deploy NLP applications.

Baby AGI, on the other hand, is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) platform. It uses a combination of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create an AI system that can learn and adapt to new tasks. Baby AGI is designed to be a general-purpose AI system that can be used for a variety of applications, including natural language processing.

In summary, the Langchain Framework is a platform for NLP applications, while Baby AGI is an AI system designed for

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " uses a blockchain" is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:
The Langchain Framework is a decentralized platform for natural language processing (NLP) applications. It uses a blockchain-based distributed ledger to store and process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing. The Langchain Framework also provides a set of tools and services to help developers create and deploy NLP applications.

Baby AGI, on the other hand, is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) platform. It uses a combination of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create an AI system that can learn and adapt to new tasks. Baby AGI is designed to be a general-purpose AI system that can be used for a variety of applications, including natural language processing.

In summary, the Langchain Framework is a platform for NLP applications, while Baby AGI is an AI system designed for

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " distributed ledger to" is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:
The Langchain Framework is a decentralized platform for natural language processing (NLP) applications. It uses a blockchain-based distributed ledger to store and process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing. The Langchain Framework also provides a set of tools and services to help developers create and deploy NLP applications.

Baby AGI, on the other hand, is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) platform. It uses a combination of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create an AI system that can learn and adapt to new tasks. Baby AGI is designed to be a general-purpose AI system that can be used for a variety of applications, including natural language processing.

In summary, the Langchain Framework is a platform for NLP applications, while Baby AGI is an AI system designed for

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing." is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:
The Langchain Framework is a decentralized platform for natural language processing (NLP) applications. It uses a blockchain-based distributed ledger to store and process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing. The Langchain Framework also provides a set of tools and services to help developers create and deploy NLP applications.

Baby AGI, on the other hand, is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) platform. It uses a combination of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create an AI system that can learn and adapt to new tasks. Baby AGI is designed to be a general-purpose AI system that can be used for a variety of applications, including natural language processing.

In summary, the Langchain Framework is a platform for NLP applications, while Baby AGI is an AI system designed for

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " set of tools" is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:
The Langchain Framework is a decentralized platform for natural language processing (NLP) applications. It uses a blockchain-based distributed ledger to store and process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing. The Langchain Framework also provides a set of tools and services to help developers create and deploy NLP applications.

Baby AGI, on the other hand, is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) platform. It uses a combination of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create an AI system that can learn and adapt to new tasks. Baby AGI is designed to be a general-purpose AI system that can be used for a variety of applications, including natural language processing.

In summary, the Langchain Framework is a platform for NLP applications, while Baby AGI is an AI system designed for

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " help developers create" is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:
The Langchain Framework is a decentralized platform for natural language processing (NLP) applications. It uses a blockchain-based distributed ledger to store and process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing. The Langchain Framework also provides a set of tools and services to help developers create and deploy NLP applications.

Baby AGI, on the other hand, is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) platform. It uses a combination of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create an AI system that can learn and adapt to new tasks. Baby AGI is designed to be a general-purpose AI system that can be used for a variety of applications, including natural language processing.

In summary, the Langchain Framework is a platform for NLP applications, while Baby AGI is an AI system designed for

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " create an AI system" is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:
The Langchain Framework is a decentralized platform for natural language processing (NLP) applications. It uses a blockchain-based distributed ledger to store and process data, allowing for secure and transparent data sharing. The Langchain Framework also provides a set of tools and services to help developers create and deploy NLP applications.

Baby AGI, on the other hand, is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) platform. It uses a combination of deep learning and reinforcement learning to create an AI system that can learn and adapt to new tasks. Baby AGI is designed to be a general-purpose AI system that can be used for a variety of applications, including natural language processing.

In summary, the Langchain Framework is a platform for NLP applications, while Baby AGI is an AI system designed for

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " NLP applications" is:

> Finished chain.
Generated Questions: ['What is the Langchain Framework?', 'What technology does the Langchain Framework use to store and process data for secure and transparent data sharing?', 'What technology does the Langchain Framework use to store and process data?', 'What does the Langchain Framework use a blockchain-based distributed ledger for?', 'What does the Langchain Framework provide in addition to a decentralized platform for natural language processing applications?', 'What set of tools and services does the Langchain Framework provide?', 'What is the purpose of Baby AGI?', 'What type of applications is the Langchain Framework designed for?']


> Entering new _OpenAIResponseChain chain...
Prompt after formatting:
Respond to the user message using any relevant context. If context is provided, you should ground your answer in that context. Once you're done responding return FINISHED.

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Baby AGI has the ability to complete tasks, generate new tasks based on previous results, and prioritize tasks in real-time. This system is exploring and demonstrating to us the potential of large language models, such as GPT and how it can autonomously perform tasks. Apr 17, 2023

At its core, LangChain is a framework built around LLMs. We can use it for chatbots, Generative Question-Answering (GQA), summarization, and much more. The core idea of the library is that we can “chain” together different components to create more advanced use cases around LLMs.
>>> USER INPUT: explain in great detail the difference between the langchain framework and baby agi
>>> RESPONSE:

> Finished chain.

> Finished chain.





' LangChain is a framework for developing applications powered by language models. It provides a standard interface for chains, lots of integrations with other tools, and end-to-end chains for common applications. On the other hand, Baby AGI is an AI system that is exploring and demonstrating the potential of large language models, such as GPT, and how it can autonomously perform tasks. Baby AGI has the ability to complete tasks, generate new tasks based on previous results, and prioritize tasks in real-time. '
llm = OpenAI()
llm(query)
    '\n\nThe Langchain framework and Baby AGI are both artificial intelligence (AI) frameworks that are used to create intelligent agents. The Langchain framework is a supervised learning system that is based on the concept of “language chains”. It uses a set of rules to map natural language inputs to specific outputs. It is a general-purpose AI framework and can be used to build applications such as natural language processing (NLP), chatbots, and more.\n\nBaby AGI, on the other hand, is an unsupervised learning system that uses neural networks and reinforcement learning to learn from its environment. It is used to create intelligent agents that can adapt to changing environments. It is a more advanced AI system and can be used to build more complex applications such as game playing, robotic vision, and more.\n\nThe main difference between the two is that the Langchain framework uses supervised learning while Baby AGI uses unsupervised learning. The Langchain framework is a general-purpose AI framework that can be used for various applications, while Baby AGI is a more advanced AI system that can be used to create more complex applications.'
flare.run("how are the origin stories of langchain and bitcoin similar or different?")
    

> Entering new FlareChain chain...
Current Response:
Prompt after formatting:
Respond to the user message using any relevant context. If context is provided, you should ground your answer in that context. Once you're done responding return FINISHED.

>>> CONTEXT:
>>> USER INPUT: how are the origin stories of langchain and bitcoin similar or different?
>>> RESPONSE:


> Entering new QuestionGeneratorChain chain...
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: how are the origin stories of langchain and bitcoin similar or different?
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:

Langchain and Bitcoin have very different origin stories. Bitcoin was created by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 as a decentralized digital currency. Langchain, on the other hand, was created in 2020 by a team of developers as a platform for creating and managing decentralized language learning applications.

FINISHED

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " very different origin" is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: how are the origin stories of langchain and bitcoin similar or different?
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:

Langchain and Bitcoin have very different origin stories. Bitcoin was created by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 as a decentralized digital currency. Langchain, on the other hand, was created in 2020 by a team of developers as a platform for creating and managing decentralized language learning applications.

FINISHED

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " 2020 by a" is:
Prompt after formatting:
Given a user input and an existing partial response as context, ask a question to which the answer is the given term/entity/phrase:

>>> USER INPUT: how are the origin stories of langchain and bitcoin similar or different?
>>> EXISTING PARTIAL RESPONSE:

Langchain and Bitcoin have very different origin stories. Bitcoin was created by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 as a decentralized digital currency. Langchain, on the other hand, was created in 2020 by a team of developers as a platform for creating and managing decentralized language learning applications.

FINISHED

The question to which the answer is the term/entity/phrase " developers as a platform for creating and managing decentralized language learning applications." is:

> Finished chain.
Generated Questions: ['How would you describe the origin stories of Langchain and Bitcoin in terms of their similarities or differences?', 'When was Langchain created and by whom?', 'What was the purpose of creating Langchain?']


> Entering new _OpenAIResponseChain chain...
Prompt after formatting:
Respond to the user message using any relevant context. If context is provided, you should ground your answer in that context. Once you're done responding return FINISHED.

>>> CONTEXT: Bitcoin and Ethereum have many similarities but different long-term visions and limitations. Ethereum changed from proof of work to proof of ... Bitcoin will be around for many years and examining its white paper origins is a great exercise in understanding why. Satoshi Nakamoto's blueprint describes ... Bitcoin is a new currency that was created in 2009 by an unknown person using the alias Satoshi Nakamoto. Transactions are made with no middle men – meaning, no ... Missing: Langchain | Must include:Langchain. By comparison, Bitcoin transaction speeds are tremendously lower. ... learn about its history and its role in the emergence of the Bitcoin ... LangChain is a powerful framework that simplifies the process of ... tasks like document retrieval, clustering, and similarity comparisons. Key terms: Bitcoin System, Blockchain Technology, ... Furthermore, the research paper will discuss and compare the five payment. Blockchain first appeared in Nakamoto's Bitcoin white paper that describes a new decentralized cryptocurrency [1]. Bitcoin takes the blockchain technology ... Missing: stories | Must include:stories. A score of 0 means there were not enough data for this term. Google trends was accessed on 5 November 2018 with searches for bitcoin, euro, gold ... Contracts, transactions, and records of them provide critical structure in our economic system, but they haven't kept up with the world's digital ... Missing: Langchain | Must include:Langchain. Of course, traders try to make a profit on their portfolio in this way.The difference between investing and trading is the regularity with which ...

After all these giant leaps forward in the LLM space, OpenAI released ChatGPT — thrusting LLMs into the spotlight. LangChain appeared around the same time. Its creator, Harrison Chase, made the first commit in late October 2022. Leaving a short couple of months of development before getting caught in the LLM wave.

At its core, LangChain is a framework built around LLMs. We can use it for chatbots, Generative Question-Answering (GQA), summarization, and much more. The core idea of the library is that we can “chain” together different components to create more advanced use cases around LLMs.
>>> USER INPUT: how are the origin stories of langchain and bitcoin similar or different?
>>> RESPONSE:

> Finished chain.

> Finished chain.





' The origin stories of LangChain and Bitcoin are quite different. Bitcoin was created in 2009 by an unknown person using the alias Satoshi Nakamoto. LangChain was created in late October 2022 by Harrison Chase. Bitcoin is a decentralized cryptocurrency, while LangChain is a framework built around LLMs. '