I wonder if the processes described in patents can be replicated in not-for-profit organisation, that is, organisations that by statutory contract do not aim to commercialise a "copied" version of what described in patents - and therefore cannot be sued for copyright infringement.
This question applies for USPTO, IEO, WIPO or any other country where it may concerns - that is, I m looking at which Countries may encourage adoption of novel industrial processes (described in patents) for maximising impact on society, opening up to diverse organisational models to carry innovation to society (not necessarily business entities).
I can elaborate further if needed - essentially I want to point out the case where an entity may use patents to replicate innovation in industrial processes, without the primary scope of making profit out of "unfair" / illegal competition.
I called in not-for-profit entities as an not exhaustive example. I am looking to any type of organisation that could replicate patents content, at least for not-for-profit or internal use (e.g. as a cooperative or "club" where use is for members only ).
My interest is in applied R&D, rather than making profit and illegal competition.