Chinese internet giant Xiaomi on Thursday launched their\u00a0latest version of the MIUI interface, called the MIUI 10. They launched it along with their newest smartphone Mi 8, which runs on the MIUI 10 operating system #MIUI10 is coming to India soon! #FullScreenExperience See more: https:\/\/t.co\/V7isBM2qEb pic.twitter.com\/p5BzvanWQT \u2014 MIUI (@miuirom) June 1, 2018 Interestingly, artificial intelligence is one of the key components of the MIUI 10 operating system. Some of the AI features include AI Portrait which offers a software feature to allow phones to take photos with the bokeh effect without needing dual cameras. MIUI 10-powered phones will be able to use algorithms to identify the foreground and blur the background. No matter what camera you have. #MIUI10 lets you create awesome AI portraits with beautiful bokeh effects. See more: https:\/\/t.co\/ZfEY0ieSf3 pic.twitter.com\/yMaDEhvcqw \u2014 MIUI (@miuirom) May 31, 2018 AI Preload, on the other hand, will help the loading time for applications and user interface functions. Xiaomi has said that\u00a0 MIUI 10 will already be pre-loaded with apps based on the user\u2019s usage patterns and daily routine. The Xiaomi website added, "The MIUI 10 can reduce the load times to zero by studying your behaviour and anticipating actions." #MIUI10 is perfectly powered by AI. Let\u2019s break it down for you... See more: https:\/\/t.co\/ZfEY0ieSf3 pic.twitter.com\/sCHbzylypp \u2014 MIUI (@miuirom) May 31, 2018 MIUI 10 users also get features such as full-screen display gestures, swiping to delete tasks, and more. The new MIUI 10 announcement by the Chinese giant comes at the backdrop of Google announcing the latest version of their operating system, the Android P.\u00a0\u00a0With Android P, Google has put AI and\u00a0machine learning\u00a0at the core of its OS and has focussed on digital wellbeing and simplicity. \u201cAndroid P makes a smartphone smarter, helping it learn from and adapt to the user. Your apps can take advantage of the latest in machine intelligence to help you reach more users and offer new kinds of experiences,\u201d said the tech giant.