In general, yes. The standard practice of citation in academic writing is that you cite anything that comes from somewhere else; anything that isn't your original thought, isn't common knowledge, and/or is a place where you pulled information from.
The best best is to check with your faculty or course syllabus for specific citation requirements. When in doubt, reference all the content from tool that you include in your assignment. Be transparent; failure to cite properly can be considered academic dishonesty or plagiarism. References should provide clear and accurate information for each source and should identify where they have been used in your work.
It will take time for standard citation manuals (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.) to fully consider how to format AI interactions in academic work. The main citation styles have some preliminary guidance: