Cyberdyne

noun proper
Cyberdyne Systems, developer of the Skynet artificial intelligence.
Origin
Pairing of ‘cybernetic’ with dúnamis (power).
Source
The Terminator

Sentionaut

noun
A humanoid servant kept in storage at the Arboria Institute.
Origin
Derived from sentiō (sentient) and nautēs (traveller).
Source
Beyond the Black Rainbow

Ghostbuster

noun
A professional paranormal investigator and exterminator.
Source
Ghostbusters

Sexoid

noun
An android designed to serve as a sexual device.
Source
Innocence

RoboCop

noun proper
A cyborg law enforcer, formerly Detroit Police Officer Alexander James Murphy.
Source
RoboCop

Megatech

noun proper
A manufacturer of prosthetic bodies.
Origin
Truncation of ‘mega-technology’.
Source
Ghost in The Shell

Simex

noun
An implanted artificial memory, indistinguishable from lived memories.
Origin
Abbreviation of ‘simulated experience’.
Source
Ghost in The Shell

Hyperdrive

noun
A propulsion system for hyperspace travel.
Source
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Xenomorph

noun
An endoparasitoid extraterrestrial species.
Origin
Derived from ksenos (foreign) and morphē (shape).
Source
Aliens

Droid

noun
A robot with an anthropomorphic appearance.
Origin
Abbreviation of ‘android’.
Source
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Lightsabre

noun
A sword consisting of a hilt which projects a self-terminating blade of plasma.
Origin
Sabre, a type of military sword.
Source
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Spinner

noun
A marque of flying automobile.
Source
Blade Runner