Is the current status of human species the result of a self-inflicted and unconscious artificial selection? We have heard about many cases of artificial selection, where the hand of the man “created” a new species by selecting individuals with particular characteristics of its interest and reproducing them, such as dogs, cows, many seeds and plants, etc. However, does the human species artificially selects itself without being aware of it? Why does human species keeps moving on and pushing really fast the frontiers of its own capabilities, not only in the intellectual level, but also biophysically? Records of speed on running, jumping, swimming, throwing javelins, etc, are broken frequently. Are this increase of capabilities the result of an artificial selection? Or where our ancestors capable of doing everything we do today, if they had the same environmental conditions? Also, is it wrong to consider the achievement of certain technology development a part of our biological evolution? For example sometimes I see the Internet as one step in the evolutionary history of human species, since it has completely changed human life (at least for a large percentage of the individuals). In a way, it is a form of adaptation to environmental challenges. Although it’s hard to think of its appearance as the result of a random mistake in the copy of the genetic code, which makes it dubious to be considered as a mutation that is, by chance, better adapted, it has also proved to increase the overall performance of the human species in terms of communication and access to information, which is pretty much what makes us human. Does the “selection” mechanism have a biological boundary, that limits what is considered to be evolution only by the comparison of characteristics of the phenotype? Or is it also measurable in abstract quantities such as the average intelligence of a species? And if that is the case, are tools of our own creation part of the observable phenotype?