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17th Apr '18 11:53:20 PM Benthelame
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' reveals that Miss Heinous was raised by a Robot named "Saint Olga" after King Shastican [[ParentalAbandonment decided she was not fit to rule and gave her away.]]
28th Mar '18 10:57:24 PM nombretomado
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* In the StarWarsExpandedUniverse, Han Solo and Princess Leia have a robot nanny for their children. Well, when they aren't letting C3-P0 handle the task.

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* In the StarWarsExpandedUniverse, ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'', Han Solo and Princess Leia have a robot nanny for their children. Well, when they aren't letting C3-P0 handle the task.
31st Dec '17 3:51:43 PM L3Db
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The four people left of a generation starship in the '70s BBC Radio Drama ''Radio/{{Earthsearch}}'' were raised by robots and two ''[[ArtificialIntelligence supercomputers]]'' called Angel One and Angel Two. Rest of the crew were killed by meteoroid strike while the survivors were just infants.

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* The four people left of a generation starship in the '70s BBC Radio Drama ''Radio/{{Earthsearch}}'' were raised by robots and two ''[[ArtificialIntelligence supercomputers]]'' called Angel One and Angel Two. Rest of the crew were killed by meteoroid strike while the survivors were just infants.
31st Dec '17 3:48:04 PM L3Db
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The four people left of a generation starship in the '70s BBC Radio Drama ''Radio/{{Earthsearch}}'' were raised by robots and two "[[ArtificialIntelligence]]supercomputers" called Angel One and Angel Two. Rest of the crew were killed by meteoroid strike while the survivors were just infants.

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The four people left of a generation starship in the '70s BBC Radio Drama ''Radio/{{Earthsearch}}'' were raised by robots and two "[[ArtificialIntelligence]]supercomputers" ''[[ArtificialIntelligence supercomputers]]'' called Angel One and Angel Two. Rest of the crew were killed by meteoroid strike while the survivors were just infants.
31st Dec '17 3:44:46 PM L3Db
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The four people left of a generation starship in the '70s BBC Radio Drama ''Radio/{{Earthsearch}}'' were raised by robots and two "[[ArtificialIntelligence]]supercomputers" called Angel One and Angel Two. Rest of the crew were killed by meteoroid strike while the survivors were just infants.

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25th Nov '17 2:27:51 AM thatmadork
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* ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}'': One of the new robot star nation types introduced in ''Synthetic Dawn'' is the Rogue Servitors, effectively the end result of an organic species building robotic caretakers and servants and delegating the running of all aspects of their society to the machines to the point where the organics have been reduced to "bio-trophies" living out blissful lives in post-scarcity habitats maintained by the robots, [[GildedCage having everything they could ever want except for their freedom]]. Not satisfied with merely subjecting their creators to this fate, they want to go out into space and do this with ''all'' organic life. Whether they're [[CreepyGood well-intentioned]] [[GettingSmiliesPaintedOnYourSoul or not]] depends on your interpretation.
25th Nov '17 2:16:04 AM thatmadork
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->''"I love you, cold unfeeling robot arm!"''
-->-- '''Zim''', ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim''

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->''"I love you, cold unfeeling robot arm!"''
->''"Fellow Biophiles! We have learned that the key to inhibiting organic self-determination is to isolate the spawn from its parents, creating a healthy attachment to you as the primary caregiver. You will never need patrol drones again."''
-->-- '''Zim''', ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim''
'''[[ObliviouslyEvil Rogue]] [[FriendToAllLivingThings Servitors]]''', ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}''
1st Nov '17 2:37:59 AM Gerusz
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** And in "Hero Worship" he ends up caring for an orphaned little boy for a while.
9th Sep '17 5:44:19 PM nombretomado
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* One of the stories on ''CerberusDailyNews'' is about parents leaving their children with robot nannies. There's a debate on the effects it has on a child, and whether parents are neglecting their children or just simply don't have the time to be with them.

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* One of the stories on ''CerberusDailyNews'' ''Roleplay/CerberusDailyNews'' is about parents leaving their children with robot nannies. There's a debate on the effects it has on a child, and whether parents are neglecting their children or just simply don't have the time to be with them.
26th Aug '17 4:28:06 PM NiGHTS
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* ''ComicBook/PlanetTerry'': Terry was raised by a Life Ship after being left stranded in space as a newborn. Still, it's not a parental figure to him, so he spends the whole series searching for his real parents.
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