I have a little research experiment here. I'm going to present you with a hypothetical scenario. I want to know how you would feel, as a civillian, living in a place where the event had happened. I'm looking for in-depth thoughts on how you believe you'd react, leave no detail untold. Here we go, your setting is a near future of an alternative timeline. The current trend for unhealthy lifestyles created a drastic lowering of population, meaning essential jobs went undone. Androids were created to fill that position, which was great, and their technologies eventually lead to life-saving technology to prevent death by ill health. So, the technology is good - it kept the country afloat and now saves many lives. However... The androids are still being used, despite mankind beginning to recover. those vital jobs are done by androids, as it's cheaper to keep them in service than to pay you a wage. crime and prostitution are rampant. This causes ill will towards androids in some people, especially the lower rungs of society. Androids have always been obviously artificial. It costs too much and makes it harder to tell if they made something look realistic, and the way androids act and speak has always been so jerky it gives them away. Here's your problem. Three androids that look, learn and interact just like humans do have been released into public. They are indestinguishable from people in appearance, and they can even create conversation just like you can. How do you feel knowing there's an artificial out there that can't be picked out? that it could demand a wage for working, that it could get rights to certain living conditions like you? Do you feel it's a tool? Should it be scrapped? What about their creator?