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The 11 Most Human Robots in Fiction

By Abbey Clarke Jan 15, 2014

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11. Cameron from Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Cameron is a tricky case. As a terminator, she’s designed to mimic humans and human emotion without actually feeling anything. But how can you really tell when she’s just following her programming, or becoming something more? The ambiguity is why she’s at the bottom of our list, though she gets major points for overcoming the termination order for John Connor.

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Abbey Clarke

Abbey Clarke is a writer and editorial assistant living in Jersey City. She's a player on a D&D podcast called Knife Errant, wrote her senior thesis on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and is working on a novel about a semi-reformed demon who runs a library. You can follow her on Twitter at @abbeybookaholic.

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