Wireless has evolved from Marconi's station-to-station telegraphy, to audio and video broadcasting, to today’s person-to-person mobile digital communications. Each transition has surprised even the revolutionaries who brought it about, and each transformed civilization. We expect similar disruptions from the next phase of interconnectivity, in which a trillion objects join the conversation. Tech pundits have long talked about an Internet of Things, a vision most often dominated by machine-to-machine communications in industrial settings. Lee will make the case for the Internet of Everything in which humans will be involved in the most compelling applications yet to emerge. He will describe some possible futures, and how Stanford engineers are working to overcome significant challenges to realize those futures.