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Utilizing Grok-1 Open Source Language Model

This guide details the process of deploying the Grok-1 language model, an open-source project featuring JAX example code. Grok-1, notable for its vast parameter count (314 billion), stands as a cutting-edge tool in natural language processing.

Setting Up Grok-1

To begin utilizing Grok-1, follow these steps:

  1. Checkpoint Preparation: Download the Grok-1 model checkpoint and ensure the ckpt-0 directory is placed within the checkpoint folder.

  2. Installation and Execution: Execute the following commands in your terminal to set up the required environment and run the example code:

    pip install -r requirements.txt

These commands will install necessary dependencies and initiate a script that loads Grok-1's checkpoint. The script then performs sampling using a test input, demonstrating the model's functionality.

Please note, due to Grok-1's substantial memory requirements, a high-capacity GPU is essential for proper testing. The current implementation, while prioritizing validation of the model's correctness, does not utilize an efficient MoE (Mixture of Experts) layer and avoids the necessity for custom kernel development.

Acquiring Grok-1 Weights

The Grok-1 model weights are accessible for download via the provided magnet link, which requires a torrent client:


Utilizing this link, users can easily download the necessary files to get started with Grok-1.

License Information

Both the source code and the Grok-1 model weights are made available under the Apache 2.0 license. It's important to note that this license pertains exclusively to the source files within this repository and the Grok-1 model weights.

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