The answer is yes and no?
I say yes because if the chords are clearly identifiable e.g. just a piano or guitar with drums, then it may find the chords for you, I would say at around a 70% – 80% accuracy rate which will do for most people.
However I also say no because most tracks are more complex then two to three instruments, meaning that there is too much going on at the same time for the software to be able to recognize what chords are being played. In this case the accuracy may be around 20-40% or even less.
For chord recognition software, a good place to start would be the intro where the instruments are less. However the intro chords may differ to the verse and chorus chords in some tracks.
Even if this software does work out the chords for you, it may only give you the basic chords e.g. Major, Minor and Dominant. It probably won’t recognize extended chords e.g. 7ths, 9ths or even 11ths, or altered chords such as Aug / Dim.
Examples of popular online chords recognition sites are below.
I would rather try and learn the chords by ear though if I am not able to find them anywhere on the net.