Biot

noun
A biomechatronic robot.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘biological’ and ‘robot’.
Source
Rendezvous With Rama

Robotics

noun
A branch of technology dealing with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots.
Source
Liar!

Robot

noun
An artificial person, assembled from biological components.
Origin
Robota, serf labour.
Source
Rossum’s Universal Robots

Avatoid

noun
An android acting as the avatar of a ship’s Mind.
Source
Matter

Sexoid

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

Patlabor

noun
A type of robot originally intended for heavy construction work, adapted for police use to combat crime and terrorism.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘patrol’ and ‘labor’.
Source
Mobile Police Patlabor

Titanfall

noun
Deployment of a “Titan” robot from orbit to the surface of a planet.
Source
Titanfall

Megatech

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

Droid

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