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In the last decade, innovations like adaptive learning, smartphones, learning analytics, OER, and MOOCs have been chipping away at the corners of traditional education – causing us to teach using more technology. The pandemic accelerated technology adoption, but we still haven’t faced the real crisis in curriculum. The next wave of disruption to higher ed will not come from more technology to incorporate into teaching, but will be caused by the existence of advanced technology in the workforce. The existence of technology like AI will force us to regularly alter the curriculum we teach to keep it relevant to the world around us. This talk provides guidance for changing how we design and assess programs, courses, and modalities of delivery in order to stay relevant as educational institutions.