A properly-trained artificial neural network is able to correctly identify classical and nonclassical features from real experimental data for different states of light. See more in Physical Review Research.
We use machine learning methods for the identification of nonclassicality of quantum states of light by processing experimental data obtained via homodyne detection. For this purpose, we train an artificial neural network to classify classical and nonclassical states from their quadrature-measurement distributions. Circumventing the requirement of the large sample sizes needed to perform homodyne tomography, our approach presents a promising alternative for the identification of nonclassicality for small sample sizes, indicating applicability for fast sorting or direct monitoring of experimental data.