Technological sovereignty has been a central theme in political debate, not least in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian war of aggression. Europe has lagged behind major technology powerhouses such as the US and China in creating and sustaining ground-breaking technology companies. In this seminar, we will discuss the main challenges and barriers to innovation European tech companies are facing today. The seminar will also explore the implications of new technologies for the future of European economy, work, inequality, and aspects of ethics of technology. We will discuss on how we can achieve technological sovereignty in Europe, if it is possible, or even desirable as well as how technological sovereignty relates to broader geopolitical and strategic issues around relations with China and the United States, managing complex global supply chains, and conflict dynamics as currently demonstrated in the Ukraine war.