No. Of the 10 million or so compounds that are known today, about 9 million of those are carbon containing compounds. There are no silicon-based proteins. There are no silicon-based amino acids. You simply cannot build a human without these ingredients. Sure, you could cover a robot with skin and hair look-alikes, but it would not be able to grow from a single cell like a human; it would have to be manufactured, and it would not be able to constantly repair and maintain itself like a human; it would have to go in for regular maintenance for wear and tear.
Without going into battery life, such being is impossible. The best a computer could do is simulate human behavior in certain contexts. Humans created computers therefore computers are inherently inferior. Not to degrade advancements in biology and neuroscience, our knowledge of the human body and mind is not enough even for humans to design humans. And as much as sci-fi would try to convince us otherwise, computing power and self awareness are not even in the same library.
If a good enough simulation was created and appropriately powered, I would say it's not going to like Pina Coladas or getting caught in the rain