Dinosaurs didn't gain intelligence and technology for over a hundred million years.
Mammals got it after 66 million.
It's far easier to get bigger or stronger rather than get something as abstract as intelligence. Human civilization and agriculture are technically less efficient than hunting and gathering but just sorta happened to work out for us. Mammals were just in a very unique evolutionary situation having been essentially underground for over a hundred million years and then one day suddenly half free reign of the world, and the adaptations that had leftover from hiding from dinosaurs happened to incline then towards intelligence. Dinosaurs only really seemed to get fairly smart long after most of them went extinct
So no I don't think human level dinosaurs would ever have existed, and even if they did without an extinction event that never would create technology and civilization, since even us doing so was because the megafauna went extinct and we wouldn't survive otherwise.