> From: Voltron (1984-1985)
Voltron is a giant super robot piloted by a team of five space explorers in the television series of the same name.
> From: I, Robot (2004)
In the film “I, Robot,” highly intelligent robots fill public service positions in a dystopian world and operate under the Three Rules of Robotics, originally devised by science fiction giant Isaac Asimov. Sonny, in this film loosely based on Asimov’s stories, is a different kind of robot who can ignore these rules.
> From: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Vision is an android, also called a synthezoid, created by Ultron as a weapon against the Avengers.
> From: The Daleks (Doctor Who) (1963-1964)
The Daleks are merciless, Nazi-like cyborg aliens bent on the conquest of the universe and the extermination of what they regard as inferior races in the second British television series featuring Doctor Who.
> From: The Jetsons (1962-1963)
Rosie is the Jetson family’s robotic maid and housekeeper in this animated science fiction sitcom — created by Hanna-Barbera as a counterpoint to their caveman series “The Flintstones.”
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