The definition of Android is not widely agreed. Here, I am using it to refer to human-like entities that are grown using a biological process, with their reasoning mechanism largely human-like, rather than artificial. Thus, they do not exhibit Artificial Intelligence.
|TITLE||YEAR||ANY IMPLICATIONS ON AI?|
|Action Lady & Other Tales||2000||?|
|Andover and the Android||1965 (TVM)||What makes us human?|
|The Android Affair||1995 (TVM)||memory and personality|
|The Android Walks||1997||?|
|Blade Runner||1982||what is memory and does it make us real?|
what is it that makes us human, can androids replace humanity ?
|Cyborg 2: Glass Shadow||1993||?|
|Cyborg 3: The Recycler||1995||?|
|Dead or Alive: Final||2002||?|
|Future Cop||1976 (TVM)||?|
|Kyuti Hani/Cutie Honey||2004||human re-animated using nanobots|
|Impostor||2002||human copies used as bombs|
|Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter||1966||reanimated body with an artificial brain|
|Morgan||2016||human genetically modified to be a weapon|
|Night for Nixie||2003||?|
|Not Quite Human||1987 (TVM)||?|
|Not Quite Human II||1989 (TVM)||?|
|Numb||2003||artificial 'reconstructed' humans|
|Beyond the Rising Moon\Outerworld||1987||none|
|Pleasure Maze (porn)||1986||?|
|The Questor Tapes||1973 (TVM)||incomplete memory means incomplete agent?|
features androids, not crucial to main plot line
|Still Not Quite Human||1992 (TVM)||?|
|Superman IV: The Quest for Peace||1987||none|
|The Tomorrow Man||1995 (TVM)||?|
|Ultimate Lover (porn)||1986||?|
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