AI Center

Miami Dade College AI Centers serve as Artificial Intelligence (AI) hubs where technology leaders, industry experts and students can engage, collaborate and learn about AI. The AI Centers will house the first College Credit Certificate and Associate of Science degrees in AI in the State of Florida, and expose students and existing professionals to industry leading AI platforms and industry certifications needed to fill increasing demand of applied AI jobs in the workplace.

The Centers also host AI accelerated training programs, summer camps, forums, speakers and events as Miami Dade College continues to serve the community.

AI Industry Advisory Committee

The AI BILT (Business and Industry Leadership Team) provides MDC faculty and staff with the latest AI trends and industry needs to drive up-to-date curriculum and meaningful experiential learning opportunities for students. The AI BILT consists of executives and technicians, from both large corporations and small companies, who understand the current and future state of AI nationally and what skills will make graduates employable. Keeping curriculum current with business world demands is one of the best ways to get students jobs. 

View the MDC AI BILT Team


MDC has two AI Centers that complement each other, one at North Campus and the other at Wolfson Campus.

AI Center at North Campus

North Campus, Building 1, 2nd Floor
11380 NW 27th Ave, Miami, FL 33167
The AI Center at North has multiple specialized facilities. From Advanced AI to Quantum Computing classrooms suitable for the most up-to-date training, to Makers Space, Design Thinking and Robotics Lab to ideate and create projects, to AI Command Center and meeting rooms to engage in team discussions.

AI Center at Wolfson Campus

Wolfson Campus, Building 2, 1st Floor

300 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33132

The AI Center at Wolfson was built following the analogy of the human brain. The left side has Deep Thinking advanced computer classrooms, while the right side provides flexible and creative spaces for experiential learning. The Center also provides meeting spaces to cover group or individual needs. Overall, the Center hosts classes, workshops, events and emerging technology initiatives for students, faculty and community at large.