Consumer Contracts contains yes/no questions relating to consumer contracts (specifically, online terms of service) - and is relevant to the legal skill of contract interpretation.
You can see which subsets and splits are available below.
|Test set from the Consumer-Contracts dataset, containing 396 samples.
In the evaluation process, we start by fetching original_context and original_question from the dataset. The model then generates an expected_result based on this input. To assess model robustness, we introduce perturbations to the original_context and original_question, resulting in perturbed_context and perturbed_question. The model processes these perturbed inputs, producing an actual_result. The comparison between the expected_result and actual_result is conducted using the
llm_eval approach (where llm is used to evaluate the model response). Alternatively, users can employ metrics like String Distance or Embedding Distance to evaluate the model’s performance in the Question-Answering Task within the robustness category. For a more in-depth exploration of these approaches, you can refer to this notebook discussing these three methods.
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