Mike Saigh is an American inventor, former stockbroker and business professor from St. Louis, MO.
Many of his inventions and creations are used daily by millions of citizens around the globe. In the mid 1980’s he set out to invent and patent the first electronic book (the early foundation of today’s handheld electronic e-readers, such as the Kindle). His early inventions include video on demand, books on demand, and various technologies protecting and managing digital rights.
In addition to smart horsebit, his vast portfolio of inventions and patents include: liquid rarity exchange, wireless hospital information technology, automated logistical distribution for the retail industry, innovative alternative energy technologies, new smartphone and cellular protocols, high-tech entertainment applications, and leading edge crime prevention and security networks, and related technologies for emergency responders.