Yes, latex tubes behave differently than normal butyl tubes.
They have a totally different ride quality, and lower rolling resistance. Just be aware that they are easy to pop when installing, and the you have to put air in them every ride because the air escapes faster than butyl. Give them a try for fun.
Also keep in mind that if you’re looking for the flat protection of tubeless, you can get a bit of that by putting tubeless sealant inside of your normal tubes via the presta valve. A syringe and some latex tubing is one easy way to get the sealant into the valve.
Those are just some options to get some of the benefit that you might have been looking for with a tubeless setup.