So, I'm really just brainstorming here, and I had this idea and want to go with it, or at least something like it. But right now it completely sucks, and I would appreciate some feedback on how to change it. I wanted to write a YA sci-fi novel, but that doesn't excuse the ridiculousness. The premise is that a bunch of scientists create a sentient robot that is stronger, faster, better looking and more intelligent than a regular human. She ends up killing all the scientists, except for two. The one that pretended to be dead, and the one that uploaded memoirs from assassins of years past into her brain. The robot says that there is a way to make every human like her, but before she can tell him, the remaining scientist downloads her brain into a chip and steals her away. Because he loves his work so much, and because he didn't entirely disagree with the scientist, he doesn't destroy it. Instead, he uploads her into a computer of a school one of his colleagues is principal of, where none of his enemies would think to look. A group of students who started a club come across the robot trying to communicate with them through a computer, and they think she is some girl being held prisoner by the principal, and have to crack codes and figure out passwords to try and find out where she is. Her brain is scrambled and there are parts she can't access, so when they crack codes and put in passwords, she gets more of her memories back. I know it's fanfiction garbage, but I wanted to see if at least some of it was salvageable. I know the school part sounds random, but I wanted the main characters to be teens in school and the whole 'trying to find the girl' thing I planned for it to tie in to the main story, but it's all still ridiculous and stupid. I wrote this to see if any of this could be made into something remotely decent.