In flat space, the color/kinematics duality states that perturbative Yang-Mills amplitudes can be written in such a way that kinematic numerators obey the same Jacobi relations as their color factors. This property leads to the BCJ relations between Yang-Mills amplitudes and underlies the double copy to gravitational amplitudes.
In this talk, I will explore how this extends to AdS$_4$, where a generalised gauge symmetry can be used to enforce the Jacobi relations away from the flat space limit; this lets us derive deformed BCJ relations. I will also review the spinor helicity in a curved background, leading to compact new expressions for 4pt Yang-Mills amplitudes in AdS$_4$.
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|Length of talk||15-25 minutes|
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