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If you haven’t already been streaming WandaVision, picture a 1950s sitcom centered around the mysterious superhero Wanda Maximoff and the comical android Vision, but darker.
The original word for robots more accurately defines androids, then, in that they were neither metallic nor mechanical.
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She also helps Wanda get pregnant by her husband Vision, which would be anatomically difficult because he’s an android.
Tony then uses the Mind Stone to create an android who can fight Ultron.
They search for terms like “top restaurant in New York” or “best android phone” to compare a specific product or service.
Without endorsing Singer’s line of reasoning, we might wonder if it can be extended further to an android robot like Data.
A normal android has protective mechanisms that make accidents and subsequent discovery impossible.
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The doors opened automatically, and a smiling android, gaily featured and clothed, conducted him to a table.
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Maybe pick up another android, maybe even take her home: have a redhead for awhile, maybe.
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Hilton leaned forward and walloped the android a tremendous blow on the knee.
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