Our Lady of The Ice, by Cassandra Rose ClarkeRead about the other entries on the list.
The feral androids of Our Lady of the Ice were themselves once theme park automata, left to rust and run down after the pleasure dome of Hope City in Antarctica was retooled to be a power station for the mainland. The andies have no legal standing— occasionally people make raids into the park to capture them for parts—but they also hold down jobs and interact with humans on more equitable footing. One of the subplots concerns the android Sofia, working towards reprogramming herself, cutting out the code that makes her snap into the dance routines that she was created to perform. Sophia is not interested in becoming human, as so many fictional androids are, but more with achieving self-determination. Given the behavior of the humans on Westworld, I would suspect that may ultimately be the hosts’ goal as well.
Our Lady of The Ice is among Ceridwen Christensen's eleven books about domed cities.