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Androids will be defined as humanoid robots or "hybrid models" with a carbon/silicon-based biological composition, which have a human-like appearance but whose "organic parts" are primarily "synthetic". Androids may also be a product of molecular bioengineering that come in various forms based on need, from carbon-based duplicates or clones of real humans, to those based on silicon or liquid metal.
Examples of quintessential androids would be:
- Data from the Star Trek universe
- KOS-MOS from the Xenosaga universe
- Andrew Martin from the The Positronic Man
Cyborgs, synthetics, and hardwares are considered distinct from androids and should be classified into Category:Fictional cyborgs or Category:Fictional artificial intelligences or Category:Fictional computers, respectively.
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Fictional gynoids (66 P)
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