Sunday, April 8, 2018, Elizabeth Powers gave an overview of corporate entities and regulations at the Internet Archive, in San Francisco. Her talk was part of the Seminar on Artificial Intelligences & Corporations, hosted by Foresight Institute. The speakers explored AI alignment, especially whether our interactions with different types of organizations, e.g. our treatment of corporations as persons, allow insights into how to align AI goals with human goals. While the meeting focused on AI safety, it merged AI safety, philosophy, computer security, and law. Other speakers included: Peter Scheyer, Foresight Institute Fellow in Cybersecurity & Corporate AGI; Mark Nitzberg, Executive Director of the UC Berkeley Center For Human Compatible AI (http://humancompatible.ai/); Tom Kalil, former Deputy Director for Policy for the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy, Senior Advisor at the Eric & Wendy Schmidt Group; and Brewster Kahle, Founder of the Internet Archive.