George Flint

About

George Rocco Flint is a cognitive sciences major in the Class of 2026 at UC Berkeley.

His areas of interest lay primarily in information theory and theoretical cognitive science, investigated in large part through computational linguistics.  

He conducts research mostly in computational linguistics [see publications]. At the lab of Evelina Fedorenko, he has led and assisted with studies ranging from lesioned brains to linguistic relativity in LLMs.

He is also currently a machine learning engineer, project leader, and head of education at the Launchpad machine learning club.

At Berkeley, he created and instructed the Linguistics 198 course on linguistic relativity. [see syllabus].

He is working on a variety of small-project systems, from LLM-powered domain-specific semantic search to auditory generative AI.

Recent Works

BUsearch

an AI chatbot customized to BU student life

An AI chatbot trained on university documentation that provides relevant, personalized answers to complex, unique questions about BU student life.

busearch.com

Calsearch

an AI chatbot customized to Berkeley student life

An AI chatbot trained on university documentation that provides relevant, personalized answers to complex, unique questions about Berkeley student life.

calsearch.ai