Google AI 2018 BERT pytorch implementation
Pytorch implementation of Google AI's 2018 BERT, with simple annotation
BERT 2018 BERT: Pre-training of Deep Bidirectional Transformers for Language Understanding Paper URL : https://arxiv.org/abs/1810.04805
Google AI's BERT paper shows the amazing result on various NLP task (new 17 NLP tasks SOTA), including outperform the human F1 score on SQuAD v1.1 QA task. This paper proved that Transformer(self-attention) based encoder can be powerfully used as alternative of previous language model with proper language model training method. And more importantly, they showed us that this pre-trained language model can be transfer into any NLP task without making task specific model architecture.
This amazing result would be record in NLP history, and I expect many further papers about BERT will be published very soon.
This repo is implementation of BERT. Code is very simple and easy to understand fastly. Some of these codes are based on The Annotated Transformer
Currently this project is working on progress. And the code is not verified yet.
pip install bert-pytorch
NOTICE : Your corpus should be prepared with two sentences in one line with tab(\t) separator
Welcome to the \t the jungle\n I can stay \t here all night\n
or tokenized corpus (tokenization is not in package)
Wel_ _come _to _the \t _the _jungle\n _I _can _stay \t _here _all _night\n
bert-vocab -c data/corpus.small -o data/vocab.small
bert -c data/corpus.small -v data/vocab.small -o output/bert.model
In the paper, authors shows the new language model training methods, which are "masked language model" and "predict next sentence".
Original Paper : 3.3.1 Task #1: Masked LM
Input Sequence : The man went to [MASK] store with [MASK] dog Target Sequence : the his
Randomly 15% of input token will be changed into something, based on under sub-rules
Original Paper : 3.3.2 Task #2: Next Sentence Prediction
Input : [CLS] the man went to the store [SEP] he bought a gallon of milk [SEP] Label : Is Next
Input = [CLS] the man heading to the store [SEP] penguin [MASK] are flight ##less birds [SEP] Label = NotNext
"Is this sentence can be continuously connected?"
understanding the relationship, between two text sentences, which is not directly captured by language modeling
This project following Apache 2.0 License as written in LICENSE file
Copyright 2018 Junseong Kim, Scatter Lab, respective BERT contributors
Copyright (c) 2018 Alexander Rush : The Annotated Trasnformer