How many times a week do each of us play "Guess why you called" with voice recognition software options?
There is a point, and we will get there, where computer technology will be more of a pain in the ass to live with than without. It'll happen before the robots take over. In many ways, even now, computers make people less productive. I'm no luddite but I have lived in a world with much less computer technology than we have now and it was in retrospect a satisfying life in many ways.
"When Faith preaches Hate, Blessed are the Doubters." - Amin Maalouf
This response I am getting here is a great example of how emotional and irrational a person can get when it gets pointed out to them that their cherished fantasies are nothing more than fantasies. People love aliens, what can I say. "Lursa" is the name of one of the Klingon characters from Star Trek, if I recall correctly. Science fiction fandom is a powerful motivator for people.
So I can see how a sci-fi fan might need to think that alien life must be out there. It's a great form of escapism from the actual world.
Bottom line, though, is that you can't say that a large number of planets means there must be alien life on one of them until you know the likelihood of life developing on a given world, which we don't.