Survey banner
Switching to Dataiku - a new area to help users who are transitioning from other tools and diving into Dataiku! CHECK IT OUT

Using large context for a Gen AI prompt

joseangel
Level 1
Using large context for a Gen AI prompt

Hi,

I'm trying to create a prompt to ask questions to a LLM and get an answer based on 5,000 reviews for a product. I know there are ways to classify or perform sentiment analysis, but what I want to do is to ask an LLM a question about the whole bunch of reviews. 

I tried using RAG, but it is my understanding the this method retrieves some chunks of information to feed the LLM, but I need the LLM to be informed about the whole set of reviews.

Finally, I've tried to to join all the rows of reviews into only one, using the Group recipe, so that using Prompt Studios I can ask the LLM about that row, but I get an error that the input limit has been reached based on the number of tokens.

Does somebody know how I can achieve to get the LLM to use all the information so that it can answer my question by any means?

Thanks in advance

0 Kudos
1 Reply
AdrienL
Dataiker

For a LLM to take into account all of the reviews in a single prompt, you would need to leverage a LLM with a very large context window, that can accommodate all of the concatenated text. But that is currently not easy for such a large amount of text.

Among the large context window models out there, you can try Claude 3 Opus (200k tokens IIRC) or GPT-4o (128k). But even a 200k context window would only fit 40 tokens per reviews since you need 5k of them. So maybe 15-20 English words per review, which seems very short.

If this is not enough, you can try to first use a text summarization recipe to summarize the reviews, one by one, before concatenation. Or you can try a prompt recipe (still row by row before concatenation), asking the LLM to yield just a couple key words…

0 Kudos