Nonclassical correlations are a key resource to explore foundational quantum information tasks and find applications in device-independent protocols. Quantum steering was formalized in 2007 [1] and is distinct from other nonclassical correlations such as Bell nonlocality [2] and entanglement. Steering describes the effect of a local measurement on one system and affecting the measurement results on the other system. This can be visualized for two-qubit states using quantum steering ellipsoids (QSE), which is the set of Bloch vectors that Alice can collapse Bob’s state to. They are theoretically well studied [3-6] and have been recently experimentally demonstrated [7].

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