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ChatGPT 4o: The Posh Spice Test

I'm a big fan of the power of generative AI. I recently created a Spice Posh meme and posted it on LinkedIn with a bit of text (original here). Based on some comments, I thought I'd ask ChatGPT how it interpreted the post (including the image). Here's what it came up with. I literally don't think I could have summarized it better. I continue to be impressed (even if all it can do is predict the next word)!

First, the post/meme...


After 20 years doing this, I sometimes feel I've seen it all.


I haven't seen .01% of the ways PM is practiced globally. This fact reminds me to avoid generalizations.

There's always nuance. It always depends. Deal with it.


The image you've uploaded appears to be a meme featuring Victoria Beckham and David Beckham. In this meme, Victoria Beckham states that she has worked with a lot of product organizations, and David Beckham questions the exact number, which turns out to be 11. This humorous exchange highlights the tendency to overstate experience or exposure.

Here's a breakdown of the text in the meme, placed into context with the characters:

  1. Victoria Beckham:

  • First Panel: "I've worked with a lot of product orgs."

  • Second Panel: "I've worked with quite a few."

  • Third Panel: "11"

  1. David Beckham:

  • First Panel: "A lot?"

  • Second Panel: "How many (out of millions)?"

  • Third Panel: "Thank you"

The message below the meme emphasizes that despite many years of experience in product management (PM), one has only seen a small fraction of how PM is practiced globally. It serves as a reminder to avoid generalizations and acknowledge the diversity and complexity within the field.

Key Takeaways:

  • Avoid Overgeneralization: Recognize the limitations of your experience.

  • Acknowledge Nuance: Understand that practices and methodologies can vary widely.

  • Embrace Continuous Learning: Be open to new approaches and ideas in the field of product management.

This reminder is important for professionals in any field, emphasizing humility and the importance of continuous learning.

This type of analysis is probably overkill, but valuable for the .01% of hyper-literalists out there.

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