R2-KT's Favorite Robots of All Time







61. Gigantor
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62. Fembots
Appearances: The Bionic Woman television series
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63. Mechagodzilla
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64. The Daleks
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65.NS-5 It's the year 2035, and the community now has the help of robots. These robots have three laws integrated into their system. One, they cannot harm a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. Two, they must do whatever they're told by a human being as long as such orders don't conflict with law one. Three, they have to defend themselves as long as such defense doesn't conflict with laws one or two. A Nestor Class-5 robot who calls himself Sonny becomes the suspect of a murder in the movie version, opening up a whole can of 'free will' arguments and robot conspiracies.
Appearances: I, Robot
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66. Mouse Droid The MSE-6-series repair droid, sometimes referred to as the mouse droid, was a small, box-shaped, wheeled general purpose MSE-series droid often used for delivery and maintenance purposes. MSE-6 units were most notably on Star Destroyers and both Death Stars during the time of the Galactic Empire.
Appearances: Star Wars: A New Hope
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67. The Stepford Wives
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68. Mars Pathfinder Sojourner Rover
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69. Mother The commercial towing spaceship Nostromo in the movie Alien was controlled by a cryptic and deliciiously tech-y mainframe-style computer called, simply, "Mother" by the crew (short for MU-TH-R 182 in some references). Mother seemed to have only one working console locked in a padded-room, blinky-light compartment and her interface was a monochrome screen where conversational queries produced ominous information. Near the end of the movie Mother conveniently warned of the ship's impending self-destruct sequence with a booming maternal voice over all the loudspeakers. Score big points for artistic effect, very low scores on how a computer system on a ship should work. Still, can you imagine a better partner for another creepy, omniscient computer with an agenda like HAL?
Appearances: Alien (1979)
Memorable Moments: In the self-destruct countdown Ripley has a change of heart and tries to terminate the process only to miss it by mere seconds. Mother coldly announces that the window has elapsed for terminating destruction, ignoring cries of protest from Ripley.
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70. K-9
Appearances: Dr. Who
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71. Kitt (known also as Knight Industries Two Thousand/Knight Industries Three Thousand) is an artificial intelligence electronic computer installed in a highly advanced, very mobile, robot in the form of a 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. KITT was redesigned in the two-hour pilot movie with a new name, Knight Industries Three Thousand, and revamped even more when the new series aired. KITT is now a 2008 Ford Shelby GT500KR Mustang, equipped with new features, a completely redesigned attack mode, and more transformation abilities.
KITT has special features such as Turbo Boost, which allows quick bursts of speed or jumping over obstacles, the ability to drive himself, a front mounted scan bar that, among other things, allowed KITT to "see," "molecular bonded shell" coated body panel armor coating which resisted conventional weapon fire as well as most artillery and explosive blasts although a strong direct hit could cause severe damage. A refit in the 1985 season included the addition of "Super Pursuit Mode" and a convertible top.
The "brain" of KITT is the Knight 2000 microprocessor which is the center of a "self-aware" cybernetic logic module that allowed KITT to think, learn, communicate and interact with humans. He always had an ego that was easy to bruise and displayed a very sensitive personality.

Appearances: Knight Rider
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72. Bomb #20 Armed with intelligent "Exponential Thermostellar Bombs", the scout ship DARK STAR and its crew have been in space alone for twenty years on a mission to destroy unstable planets. Due to damage suffered in an asteroid storm, Bomb #20 threatens to detonate while still in the ship's bomb bay. The other crew members attempt to talk the bomb out of blowing up. The bomb suffers distorted logic and believes itself to be God. In an instant it decides to fulfill its only real purpose in life: to explode. A chilling and surreal moment. And knowing technology today, completely believable.
Appearances: Dark Star (1974)
Memorable Moments: Lt. Pinback feverishly tries to talk the bomb out of exploding, calling into question concepts of reality and perception. The bomb buys it for a while, only to seize upon a verse from the Bible and makes up its mind.
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73. Max Headroom
Appearances: Max Headroom
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74. Eve (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), a sleek, state-of-the-art robotic probe whose main function is to locate vegetation on Earth to verify its habitability. She is designed with a white, egg-shaped body with nanotech/energy binding pivot points (fingers, arms, and head), she moves around by a form of antigravity technology, and is equipped with scanners and a plasma cannon in her right arm (the latter she is quick to use, and harshly, even at the slightest provocation). She is initially a cold and hostile robot who is only concerned with her mission but does display basic emotions; when she opens up to WALL-E she learns to convey her emotions more and understands WALL-E's deep feelings about her, allowing her to become more humane and considerate, eventually to feel her own love for WALL-E.
Appearances: Wall-E
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75. Holodeck
Appearances:Star Trek: The Next Generation
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76. Holly The mining ship Red Dwarf was equipped with a single super-intelligent computer named Holly, who came with a holographic artificial intelligence personality for easier interaction. Holly reportedly had an IQ of 6000 and could monitor events throughout the ship. Holly's interface underwent a temporary 'sex change' when its program began simulating a woman's voice and face instead of a man's, but it returned to 'male mode' eventually. Holly could manage a single roving holographic image of a person, complete with its own AI based on a person's brain engrams. When the main character, Lister, emerges from stasis and finds the ship's been travelling for a million years after a radiation accident and he's the sole survivor lightyears from home it is Holly's choice to program its roving hologram as Rimmer, Lister's annoying roommate from before the accident. Holly manages all functions on the Red Dwarf, including its drive system, affectionately called the Holly Hop-Drive.
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