Student using VR headset, finger pointed out interacting with white pixel image infront of him

The Gruber AI Sandbox is a 3,400 square foot multi-functional AI innovation hub featuring a diverse tech ecosystem with ten desktop computers running Linux, Windows, and macOS, designed for developing and utilizing AI models. This state-of-the-art facility also includes an expansive open area, outfitted with high-quality seating arrangements and a large display, perfect for public lectures or classroom-style presentations. Additionally, the space houses four private meeting rooms, each equipped with versatile multi-purpose displays, lounge seating and whiteboards, tailored for collaborative AI projects and brainstorming sessions.

Regularly, The Gruber AI Sandbox regularly hosts events from the College of Science, including meetings of the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics reading group on AI and Machine Learning, as well as distinguished speakers and special events hosted by the Center for the Future Mind such as the Mindfest conference"

This space was made possible by a generous gift from Rubin and Cindy Gruber.


Monday - Friday
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
S.E. Wimberly Library

777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431

Phone: 561-297-6911
Visitor Parking Info

Map to S.E. Wimberly Library


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