Short answer, no.
In my experience, it confuses polite Thai people when Westerners ask for chopsticks in Thailand (well meaningly thinking they're acting in the correct local manner) and because they are so polite, you'll probably receive the requested chopsticks.
But, still no.
Thais use chopsticks for Chinese dishes and often for noodle dishes (often Chinese-adapted recipes) where the chopsticks are the best tools for the job.
Otherwise, they use a spoon and fork.
Fork in the left hand, just like we do.
Spoon in the right, in place of a knife.
The knife isn't needed as the meat will be chopped already.
And that's it.
It's the easiest, simplest way of eating and usually I eat this way now all the time, as I eat a predominantly Thai-style diet.
Super easy and works so well!