Looks more like a pair of tweezers than a fork or chopsticks. Food-tweezers. Maybe Twork? Foozers? They call it a patented eating utensil, but I think it may be a failed experiment. The beauty of chopsticks is that they can be adjusted to pick up small and large items without having to stab the food. In fact one should never stick them into food as that is bad manners. This chork has a limited width to pick up food and only two tines. I think it is worse that chopsticks or fork. Better to learn how to use chopsticks.
Studies have shown that using chopsticks can have some added benefits, such as improving memory and increasing manual dexterity.