- Product Prompts
- ☠️ Can you kill my business please?
☠️ Can you kill my business please?
PLUS: New AI features from Hubspot, Slack, Miro, Brex
Hey there 👋
Welcome to Product Prompts where I demystify AI for product people, with actionable prompts, cool new tools and product inspiration.
In today’s edition:
How to use ChatGPT to simulate a competitor’s strategic reactions to kill off your product
How Hubspot, Miro and Slack have integrated GPT-3
A better UI for ChatGPT
and more 👇
I’m Martin of Product Prompts. I’ve co-founded multiple startups (fintechs) and led corporate ventures, and now offer product strategy consultancy services, including helping forward-thinking clients with the knowledge, tools and training to figure out their AI strategy for their products and internal workflows. Get in touch to learn about how I could help you.
💬 Prompt Deep-dive: Kill my business
A useful exercise in any stage of a product is to play “Kill my startup”. You simulate being your #1 competitor, and try to do everything in your power to remove the threats from your product.
The result is the top-rated weak spots of your product, service, process, department, or organization and possible attacks. These are the most likely points where known or unknown competitors could attack and KILL your business.
We can use ChatGPT to put itself in the shoes of a competitor, to accelerate the creativity.
And so it can continue!
Pro tip: Just remember that ChatGPT only has a “memory” of approximately 3000 words (or 4000 tokens) from the current conversation - any information beyond that is not stored. At that point you may notice the responses becoming somewhat off-topic, so you may need to refresh its memory with a reminder prompt.
🛠️ Cool new tools
TypingMind - a better UI for ChatGPT. It’s an alternative to the paid version, ChatGPT Plus. You hook up your GPT-3.5 API key which will charge you based on the number of tokens used (so should work out cheaper than the $20 a month for ChatGPT Plus, unless you’re rewriting the works of Shakespeare!).
🤖 Integrating AI
Slack - Slack unveiled Einstein GPT, the world’s first generative AI for CRM. Users can soon type “@ Einstein,” to get it to list recent news or other outside info relating to the company. Waitlist here.
Miro - Been waiting for this one! Loving the look of auto-sticky note generation! But also: Mind maps, Code from text, Explain code, Summarise stickies, Sentiment analysis, Cluster by topic, Image from text, Sequence diagram from text, Generate user stories - and more to come! Get on that waitlist.
Miro AI is officially here!
It's you and your team, supercharged.⚡
Unlock the power of your ideas with #MiroAI – your new launchpad for creativity, productivity, and collaboration.
Sign up for Beta:
— Miro (@MiroHQ)
Mar 8, 2023
Hubspot - ChatSpot combines the power of ChatGPT and HubSpot CRM. It lets you ask questions and provide instructions in natural language through a chat interface.
Brex - the US fintech which offers business credit cards and cash management accounts to tech companies is integrating OpenAI, with launch due this summer.
Fintech startup Brex is using OpenAI technology for a chatbot that gives CFOs and finance professionals answers on budgets, spending and company policies trib.al/xKKcp2Z
— Bloomberg Markets (@markets)
Mar 7, 2023
👀 Look out for Sunday’s AI Roadmap.
Each week, in addition to the weekday newsletter like this one, I put myself in the shoes of a product team, ideate the generative AI opportunities and call out what I think would add the most value to the customers.
Thanks for reading, and happy prompting,
Martin, Chief Prompt Officer