If robbery is to take property by force, this is true. However, if someone were to reclaim property that rightfully belongs to them by force, that would also be robbery (though just). Robbery has unjust connotations, so this definition may not be accurate, or robbery may sometimes be justified.
Which species of Pokemon exist changes over time to reflect their surroundings. Most pokemon based on modern technology are likely products of their modern surroundings, including electric types. Electric types probably wouldn't exist 500 years ago, in a society without electricity.
Murder is defined as "the crime of unlawfully killing a person especially with malice aforethought". Even if a case could be made that AI *should* be considered a "person", they are not currently legally considered people anywhere in the world.
The Supreme Court rejected the use of "racial stereotypes" in death penalty cases, reopening the case of a black man in Texas who was sentenced to die after his jury was told African Americans are more likely than whites to commit crimes Our laws punish people for what they do, not for who they are