I have fine tuned the gpt-turbo-3.5-1106 model on 21 december last year on my own dataset. It was successfull and I was able to use it.
Last week, when I was asking questions, it did perfom really fine and it did gave great and detailed answers. (as shown below)
Now when I ask the fine tuned model questions, even the same questions, I only get really short and not so detailed answers, despite that my dataset was very much detailed. (answers are below as well)
I don’t know if there is a problem or my fine tuned model did expire, which is unlikely because I used the new model, before gpt-4- turbo was avaiable to use.
Also already tried increasing the max. length. Last week it did answer well with length 500, today even 1000 doesn’t come near the answers of last week.
There is enough credit on my account and my usage limit is enough and high as well.
Maybe the billing is too low? How much should it be? But it should be fine, as asking the model questions is only 0.01 dollar.
Some background information:
I am writing my master thesis on anlayzing economic data with llms.
The dataset I used for training did contain over thousand of questions and answers to the topic, which most of them was generated with gpt as well.
I really need the questions outputs, as they are crucial for my evaluation. And as for now I only have two great answers that are better than chatGPTS answers.
Would be happy, if anyone could help.
This is the question:
How did the real estate market fare during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly in terms of property values and sales in the netherland in 2022?
Last weeks reply:
As an AI language model, I don’t have real-time data, so I cannot provide specific information about the real estate market in the Netherlands in 2022. Real estate market conditions are subject to numerous factors that can change over time, including economic conditions, government policies, and public health circumstances.
However, it is worth noting that the Netherlands, like many other countries, experienced some impacts on its real estate market during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is expected that the market will continue to be influenced by various factors in 2022. Here are some general considerations:
Residential market: The residential market in the Netherlands has generally shown resilience during the pandemic. While there may have been fluctuations in property values and sales due to economic uncertainty and changing buyer preferences, the underlying demand for housing remains strong.
Housing sales: The pace of housing sales could be influenced by factors such as mortgage rates, availability of credit, and consumer sentiment. It is important to monitor market conditions and economic indicators to assess the potential impact on sales volumes and transaction activity in 2022.
Rental market: The rental market may continue to be impacted by changes in demand and rental prices. The effects could vary depending on factors like location, demand from expatriates and students, and changes in remote work policies. Monitoring vacancy rates, rental price trends, and local market dynamics will provide a clearer picture of the rental market in 2022.
Commercial real estate: The commercial real estate market, including office spaces, retail properties, and hospitality sectors, could continue to experience challenges as the economy recovers and businesses adapt to new ways of working. Demand for certain types of commercial properties, like industrial and logistics spaces, may remain relatively strong due to the growth of e-commerce.
It’s important to consult local real estate experts, market reports, and up-to-date data to get a more accurate understanding of the specific conditions in the Netherlands real estate market in 2022.
In the Netherlands, residential property values and sales declined less than 2.5 percent.