The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) just met in Georgia, and some new photos show off the incredible diversity of your future robot overlords.

Jiuguang Wang (JiuGuangW on Flickr) visited AAAI as well as some local robotics labs, and posted some amazing photos. It's pretty incredible how many different visions of the robot future there are, although the unifying factor in at least half these robots seems to be "cuteness."

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Nao humanoid robot at the Georgia Robotics and Intelligent Systems (GRITS) Lab, Georgia Tech. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Golem Krang at the Humanoid Robotics Lab, Georgia Tech. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Robosapien at the Human-Automation Systems (HumAnS) Lab, Georgia Tech. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Team of Pleo robots at the Human-Automation Systems (HumAnS) Lab, Georgia Tech. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Puppet Magnus, an automated marionette at the Georgia Robotics and Intelligent Systems (GRITS) Lab, Georgia Tech. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Virginia Tech's CHARLI humanoid robot on display at AAAI 2010. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Aldebaran Robotics's Nao humanoid robot on display at AAAI 2010. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Humanoid robot Simon playing with blocks at AAAI 2010. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.

The latest experimental robots, from dinobots to Robosapiens

Bioloid humanoid in the Obstacle Challenge at AAAI 2010. Photo by Jiuguang Wang on Flickr.