From Andrew Dalton's 6-9-16 Engadget post entitled "U.S. Intelligence Wants Real-time Behavior Monitoring Software":
"A new initiative from the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence aims to create an intelligent surveillance system that can analyze live video and spot suspicious behavior in real time. According to Defense One, the research project is called Deep Intermodal Video Analytics (a.k.a. DIVA) and it will be a joint effort between academics, the private sector and ODNI's Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency.
"In an announcement, IARPA officials laid out the project's goals: 'The DIVA program will produce a common framework and software prototype for activity detective, person/object detection and recognition across a multicamera network,' IARPA officials wrote. 'The impact will be the development of tools for forensic analysis, as well as real-time alerting for user-defined threat scenarios.' In other words: the system should be able to identify suspicious behavior in real-time."
To read Dalton's entire post, click HERE.