In the official documentation, I saw the “fine-tuning” has the davinci-instruct-beta-v3 model, but when using the API or CLI, it returns an error, indicating that only these four models “ada”, “babbage”, “curie”, and “davinci” can be used. Is it necessary to have a special organization?
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"<span style=\"color:orange; font-weight:bold\">Note: To answer questions based on text documents, we recommend the procedure in <a href=\"https://github.com/openai/openai-cookbook/blob/main/examples/Question_answering_using_embeddings.ipynb\">Question Answering using Embeddings</a>. Some of the code below may rely on <a href=\"https://github.com/openai/openai-cookbook/tree/main/transition_guides_for_deprecated_API_endpoints\">deprecated API endpoints</a>.</span>"
"# 2. Creating a synthetic Q&A dataset\n",
"We use [`davinci-instruct-beta-v3`](https://beta.openai.com/docs/engines/instruct-series-beta), a model specialized in following instructions, to create questions based on the given context. Then we also use [`davinci-instruct-beta-v3`](https://beta.openai.com/docs/engines/instruct-series-beta) to answer those questions, given the same context. \n",
"This is expensive, and will also take a long time, as we call the davinci engine for each section. You can simply download the final dataset instead.\n",
"We're using the dataset created using the [previous notebook](olympics-1-collect-data.ipynb)"
What methods can be used to access the davinci-instruct-beta-v3 model mentioned in the article?
April 29, 2023, 4:11pm
The model you specified doesn’t support fine-tuning. In the example you shared, it has been used to create synthetic dataset using the