© 2022 IEEE.Quantum machine learning (QML) aims to embed the power of quantum computation with learning theory. Quan-Tum noise and finding the best recipe for encoding classical information into a quantum register could be seen as challenges to overcome for computational performance. Classification of quantum information is a subtask for QML. In this study, we adopt a dissipative route for quantum data classification and examine the developed theory on a gradient descent-based learning task. In particular, we follow repeated interactions based on open quantum dynamics where the binary decision is encoded on a steady state. Based on the analytical results, we develop a cost function for training an open quantum neuron. We demonstrate that the dissipation-driven protocol is suitable for a supervised learning scheme.