Artificially Selecting for Intelligence in Dogs to Produce Human-level IQ Within 100 Generations

Artificially Selecting for Intelligence in Dogs to Produce Human-level IQ Within 100 Generations. A peer-reviewed journal paper by Payton Pearson.

In this paper, using the concept of artificial selection [aka selective breeding] it is determined with mathematical and statistical evidence how humans could artificially select for canine intelligence to such a degree as to produce canines with human levels of intelligence within a relatively short amount of time — 600 years.

Conversely, it might take 100 generations (2,500 years) of selective breeding to produce dog-level IQ in humans.