William H. Saito is an influential author that comes from Walnut, California. Impressive to note, William Saito was voted as one of the most influential individuals in Japan. As an elementary school student, he was able to start programming software and by the time he reached high school, William Saito had already started his own business and earned the title of Entrepreneur of the year in 1998. William Saito proceeded to create another business known as InTecur. Steadily rising in his knowledge and skill, in 2012 William Saito was given the opportunity to work for the Prime Minister of Japan as well as also serving as the Chief Technology Officer of a nuclear accident independent investigation commission.
William Saito has a variety of talents and as mentioned previously, is also an author; One of his recent books is ‘An Unprogrammed Life. Adventures of an Incurable Entrepreneur’. This book looks deeper into William Saito’s life and gives advice throughout.
Recently, due to all of his success, William Saito was mentioned in an article on HiTechChronicle. The article goes through his life and his accomplishments in detail. Ranging from selling his company to Microsoft to his innovations in Biometric Software. Looking closer at the article there are quite a few interesting facts about William Saito’s life, for instance, in college he was in an advanced pre-med program while also being the CEO of I/O Software, Inc. Impressively he also started college a year early and finished high school in only three years.
Later in life, he went on to create a fingerprint scanner that allowed the scanner to gather the fingerprints main features in order to simplify the information needed on each fingerprint. This sped up the process of fingerprint recognition and made processing times quite a bit faster. This helped pave a path for the development of thumbprint scanner and can be seen in current smartphones. Due to the success, it’s important to note that in the beginning of the 2000s there was the acquisition by Microsoft of I/O.