We have a lot of SF movie/show/game threads on here. If you're a fan of Blade Runner, and anyone smarter than a twig is, and movies of that style, and you aren't familiar with Asimov's robots books, you owe it to yourself to go start reading them all right now.
Blade Runner is adopted straight out of the Robots series. Don't let the craptastic movie that was 'I, Robot' scare you away. There is zero, null, nada, zip, 0, similarity between the movie and the book. They don't even have the same names for the characters. Hollywood just paid for the naming rights, and then took a giant poo all over the legacy that is Asimov.
He effectively invented what we now call science fiction, and then when you realize that he wrote I, Robot in 1950, you'll see just what a visionary he was. He is the one, the father the god of science fiction. I've been re-reading his books lately, and thought that those unfamiliar with him need to become aware of just how awesome he was. Interesting note...the lead character in I, Robot was born in 1983.