Human benchmark fooler


A set of Python scripts with Selenium designed to surpass human limits in accomplishing simple tasks available on


Instructions are written for Ubuntu and I’m not sure if they are going to work on other OS.

Create virtual environment.

$ python3 -m venv env

Activate virtual environment.

$ source env/bin/activate

Install requirements.

(env) $ pip install -r requirements.txt


Run scripts.

(env) .../human_benchmark_fooler$ python3

Some tests are theoretically infinite (like the sequence memory one), so functions that are fooling those test have goal parameter.

Function call example is available in file.

if __name__ == '__main__':
    fooler_hof(fool_sequence_memory_test, 10)

Additional Info

The Selenium web driver for Firefox is geckodriver, so you will need to install it.

$ export GV=v0.29.0
$ wget "$GV/geckodriver-$GV-linux64.tar.gz"
$ tar xvzf geckodriver-$GV-linux64.tar.gz
$ chmod +x geckodriver
$ sudo cp geckodriver /usr/local/bin/


Official website